Firmino celebrates scoring Man City’s third goal.
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Claudio Ranieri's Leicester City remain sitting pretty at the Premier League summit after their closest rivals Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal and Manchester City remarkably all contrived to lose Wednesday.The results kept Leicester three points clear of second-place Tottenham, with Arsenal, booed off at the Emirates Stadium, three points further back and City now 10 points off the pace, albeit with a game in hand.Manchester United are now level on points with City in fifth place, having played a game more, after Juan Mata's 83rd-minute free-kick secured a 1-0 home win over Watford.However, Wayne Routledge equalized from Jack Cork's pass just after the half hour and although Olivier Giroud and Sanchez both hit the bar for Arsenal, Swansea won it when captain Ashley Williams headed in Gylfi Sigurdsson's 74th-minute free-kick.
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