Manchester City extended their Premier League lead and their winning sequence with a 2-0 victory over Burnley at Turf Moor.
City were ahead after three minutes when Nick Pope palmed Bernardo Sliva’s shot into the path of Gabriel Jesus, who headed in his fourth league goal of the season.
Pep Guardiola’s side dominated possession and Ilkay Gundogan teed up Raheem Sterling to tap in their second from close range with seven first-half minutes remaining.
Sterling was denied one-on-one by Pope shortly after the restart and Matej Vydra came closest for Burnley, volleying over after controlling the ball well with his chest.
With their ninth consecutive Premier League victory, and sixth straight clean sheet, City move three points ahead of Manchester United with a match in hand.
Burnley drop to 16th with 22 points from 21 matches.