Manchester City returned to the top of the Premier League table ahead of Liverpool with four matches to play, courtesy of a 4-0 victory at Leeds United.
Rodri’s glanced header from a Phil Foden free-kick gave City a 13th-minute lead.
Nathan Ake added their second, reacting quickest to poke in Ruben Dias’ knockdown shortly after half-time.
Leeds responded well but the next goal was City’s, as Gabriel Jesus beat the offside trap to slot in his fifth goal in two matches before Fernandinho crowned a third straight league victory with the fourth from range in stoppage time.
City have 83 points, one more than Liverpool.
A first defeat in six leaves Leeds 17th, five points clear of 18th-placed Everton, who have played two matches fewer. Agency report.