Table-toppers Manchester City maintained their massive wave of momentum with three goals in the last 20 minutes to secure a convincing win at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday.
The runaway Premier League leaders - unbeaten all season in the top flight - had gone ahead 14 minutes in when the unmarked Ilkay Gundogan scored from a corner and Hugo Lloris saw plenty of the ball with his hands and feet as the hosts pushed us right back throughout the first half.
It was a different story for a while after the restart as we took away City's most dangerous weapen - possession - by playing some nice football and imposing ourselves on the game.
Harry Kane forced a flying save from home goalkeeper Ederson but after his mix-up following Kieran Trippier's throw-in allowed City to break and score through Kevin De Bruyne with 20 minutes left, it was a downhill descent in the Manchester rain.
Gabriel Jesus missed a penalty, Raheem Sterling slid home at the back post following an incisive four-man move and the same player strolled through as both Eric Dier and Lloris missed the ball to walk into an empty net on the 90-minute mark.
Christian Eriksen snatched a late consolation with a good left-footed strike, but it was no match for City's power.