Manchester City remained in their pursuit of leaders Liverpool in the English Premier League on Tuesday when they beat Huddersfield 3-0 in a game in which Bernardo Silva came in the middle of the second half.
Pep Guardiola spared him the 72nd minute when the English champions won 3-0 with goals from Danilo (18 minutes), Sterling (54) and Leroy Sane (56).
Manchester is now four points behindLiverpool, that on Saturday suffered, but won the Crystal Palace by 4-3.
The ‘reds’ add up to 60 points, followed by Manchester City with 56, in an increasingly ‘two-fight’ for the English title, while Fulham, who visit Fulham today, are third (48 points) and Chelsea (47).
Matchday 23 began on Saturday, when Wolverhampton beat Leicester 4-3 with a hat-trick from Diogo Jota and Everton, coached by Marco Silva, lost at home Southampton, 2-1.
In the big game, Arsenal, ranked fifth, beat Emirates Stadium Chelsea 2-0 with goals from Frenchmen Lacazette and Koscielny.