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Josko Gvardiol proved instrumental as Manchester City asserted their dominance over Fulham, securing a vital 3-0 victory to climb two points clear at the summit of the Premier League.

The visitors wasted no time in seizing control of the game, with Gvardiol breaking the deadlock early on with a clinical finish following a well-crafted move that exposed Fulham's defensive vulnerabilities.

Phil Foden further bolstered City's lead after the interval with a sublime first-time finish past Bernd Leno, showcasing his exceptional form throughout the season.

Despite a missed opportunity by Erling Haaland to extend City's advantage, Gvardiol ensured victory was secured by stabbing in a crucial second goal at the far post.

Fulham's hopes were further dashed when Issa Diop received his marching orders in stoppage time for a foul on Julain Alvarez, resulting in a penalty that the City substitute duly converted.

The result intensifies the pressure on Arsenal, who must secure victory against Manchester United to keep their title hopes alive. Meanwhile, City's upcoming clash against Tottenham presents an opportunity to clinch their fourth consecutive Premier League title should Arsenal falter.

City's unwavering composure at this crucial juncture underscores their determination to claim another league trophy under Pep Guardiola's stewardship.

Fulham, on the other hand, struggled to make an impact against City's relentless onslaught, failing to capitalize on opportunities and ultimately succumbing to defeat. Despite a spirited start, Marco Silva's side lacked the cutting edge needed to trouble the league leaders, culminating in a disappointing end to their campaign. Photo by Arne Müseler /, Wikimedia commons.