It was Kevin De Bruyne who was once again the architect of City’s success.
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Kevin De Bruyne was the creative fulcrum of Manchester City's latest demolition job, while Mousa Dembele inspired Tottenham's north London derby triumph.Manchester United star Paul Pogba is still struggling, but Swansea are on the up under Carlos Carvalhal. Here are five things we learned from the Premier League this weekend:De Bruyne steps up Sergio Aguero grabbed the headlines for his four-goal second-half haul as Manchester City leaped another step closer to Pep Guardiola's first Premier League title in a 5-1 thrashing of Leicester, but it was Kevin De Bruyne who was once again the architect of City's success. The Belgian even momentarily joked he, not Aguero, was having the match ball for a hat-trick of assists for Raheem Sterling's opener and Aguero's first two goals. Swansea have now won more points, 14, in Carvalhal's seven games in charge than the 13 his predecessor Paul Clement collected in 20 matches.
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