Arsenal, Manchester City win in thrilling fashion to make premiership title race open


Kevin De Bruyne demonstrated his prowess by scoring two impressive goals, leading Manchester City to a 4-2 victory over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park stadium on Saturday.

This win propelled City to level points with Liverpool at the top of the Premier League table with a gaol difference.

At the start of the game, Palace threatened with a third-minute lead from Jean-Philippe Mateta, but De Bruyne swiftly equalized with a stunning strike just ten minutes later.

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City could have claimed the second spot temporarily with another goal, but Odsonne Edouard ensured Palace held strong, maintaining City’s third-place position.

Meanwhile, Arsenal maintained their top-flight status by defeating Brighton 0-3 at Falmer Stadium.

In another match, Aston Villa and Brentford played out a thrilling 3-3 draw, with Ollie Watkins impressively scoring twice against his former club.

Villa’s John McGinn and Watkins combined for the opener, but Brentford fought back with goals from Zanka and Bryan Mbeumo, only for Watkins to equalize again, denying Brentford a rare away win.

The draw leaves Villa in fourth place.

Furthermore, Luton Town staged a remarkable comeback against AFC Bournemouth, winning 2-1 attributed to late goals from Jordan Clark and Carlton Morris.

This victory reignited Luton’s hopes of Premier League safety, levelling them with Nottingham Forest, while Bournemouth’s European aspirations took a hit as they dropped to 12th place.

Elsewhere, Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s fortunate goal secured a crucial 1-0 win for Everton over 10-man Burnley at Goodison Park.

Despite Burnley’s Dara O’Shea being sent off, Everton managed to secure the victory, moving them up to 15th place and providing some relief after a string of poor results.

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