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EPL: Manchester City defeats Burnley, moves to second spot

Mid-Day Wednesday, 4 December 2019 ()
Manchester City defeated Burnley on Tuesday (local time) and moved to the second spot in the standings of the ongoing Premier League.

City defeated Burnley 4-1 to reduce the gap to eight points at the top side. Liverpool will take on Everton later today and if the side manages to win their match, then they will regain their 11...
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