LONDON (Reuters) – On Sunday a quadrupling of Edin Dzeko helped Manchester City to temporarily lead the Premier League, following a gala match on the lawn of Tottenham, humiliated 5-1 at the third day.
For his debut in his new club, the midfielder of the team of France Samir Nasri made a full game with two assists and by being the cause of another end. Argentina’s Sergio Aguero, also hired this summer, has also distinguished by finding the net.
Pending the outcome of the meeting between Manchester United and Arsenal, which kick off was given at 15:00 GMT at Old Trafford, the Citizens are league leaders with nine points from three days of a possible nine.
The only goal was scored by Tottenham another Blue, Younes Kaboul, with a header following a corner.
With its four-fold, Bosnian striker has also been leading the scoring charts with six goals on the counter.
In other games played Sunday, Newcastle has become at home to Fulham (2-1) with two goals from Leon Best. For its part, Stoke City went on to win the lawn of West Bromwich Albion on a late goal scored by Ryan Shotton (89).
Saturday, two other heavyweights of the league, Chelsea and Liverpool, were imposed respectively against the promoted Norwich City (3-1) and against Bolton (3-1).