Manchester City go top of the League table ahead of Liverpool and Arsenal


Manchester City has taken the top spot in the league table, after being second to Arsenal and Liverpool for the past few months.

Manchester City won the game 5-1 against relegation-threatened side, Luton Town, with goals coming from Erling Haaland, Jeremy Doku, Matteo Kovacic, and Josko Gvardiol. Ross Barkley scored the only goal for Luton Town.

Manchester City took the lead in the opening first two minutes of the game after an Erling Haaland strike was deflected in to give the hosts a second-minute lead. The Cityzens came out guns blazing in the second half as Kovacic increased their lead with an outrageous volley.

Haaland converted a penalty to increase City's lead before Ross Barkley pulled one back for Luton. Two late goals from Doku and Gvardiol ensured that Manchester City went to the top of the table pending when Arsenal and Liverpool face each other.

Arsenal and Liverpool failed to win their games against Aston Villa and Crystal Palace respectively. The Gunners lost 2-0 against Unai Emery side who are chasing a top-four finish while Palace stunned Liverpool at Anfield.