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    Man City hammer underdogs Luton Town, top English Premier League table

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    Manchester City defeated Luton Town 5-1 to take the top spot in the English Premier League table for the first time since November 25. The game began with a 1-0 lead for Man City thanks to an own goal from Daiki Hashioka of Luton Town, and the lead was doubled in the 64th minute after a vicious right-footed volley by Croatian midfielder Mateo Kovacic.

    Norwegian superstar Erling Haaland then converted a penalty kick to make it 3-0, although Luton Town closed the gap to two goals in the 81st minute after an error by Man City’s defense.

    Man City’s Jeremy Doku, a Belgian winger, scored a goal on his own in the 87th minute. He completed by dribbling quickly in from his left wing. The hosts had a 4-1 advantage.

    The goal from the penalty arc by Croatian defender Josko Gvardiol past Luton goalkeeper Thomas Kaminski in injury time. Consequently, Man City prevailed 5-1.

    With 32 games played, Man City leads with 73 points.

    contenders for titles Each of Arsenal and Liverpool has a game remaining. With 71 points, they are ahead.

    The fourth-place Aston Villa team takes against Arsenal on Sunday at London’s Emirates Stadium. Liverpool will host Crystal Palace at Anfield on the same day.

    Aston Villa is ahead of Arsenal by 60 points ahead of their visit.

    Following a 4-0 loss at home, Tottenham Hotspur has 60 points.

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