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Manchester City won a landslide victory over Watford

| 23.4.22 |

Manchester City won a landslide victory over Watford

 Manchester City issued a warning to Real Madrid, their next rivals in the Champions League semi-finals, after their incredible 5-1 win over Watford, today, Saturday, in the 34th round of the English Premier League, while Arsenal crushed Manchester United's dream of reaching the Premier League. Champions. Manchester City took a new step towards defending their Premier League title, thanks to their prized win, which left them four points clear of pursuit Liverpool, who meet visitors Everton on Sunday. 

Gabriel Jesus scored four goals, Rodri added one, while Hassan Kamara's goal for Watford came half an hour before kick-off. City's 80-point tally from 33 games is 4 points behind second-placed Liverpool, who played 32 games. Today's win comes before the clash between Manchester City and Real Madrid next Tuesday in the first leg of the Champions League semifinals. 

On the other hand, Arsenal beat the hopes of their visitors, Manchester United, for a place in the semifinals of the English Premier League, when they beat them 3-1.

 Arsenal's goals were scored by Nuno Tavares, Bukayo Saka and Granit Xhaka, and Cristiano Ronaldo scored Manchester United's only goal. Ronaldo's 100th Premier League goal came after a painful experience for the Portugal forward, who lost his baby son last week. 

Arsenal fans showed their support for Ronaldo by paying long respects to the number 7 shirt in the seventh minute, as Liverpool fans did in the last half of the 4-0 win over United. 

Arsenal move up to fourth on 60 points, 3 points behind fifth-placed Tottenham Hotspur, who face Brentford today. United are sixth, and their interim coach, Ralf Rangnick, has admitted losing hope of reaching the semi-finals in the last 4 rounds of the season. Rangnick says United's chances of finishing in the top four are over. "For me, even before the game, our chances were very weak, but after today's result, it's over."

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