Sterling scores Manchester City’s fourth goal against Southampton. Reuters/Jason Cairnduff
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Manchester City displayed ruthless efficiency Sunday to raise more questions over who can stop Pep Guardiola's team powering to a second straight English Premier League crown.In Sunday's other game, second-place Chelsea breezed past Crystal Palace 3-1 at Stamford Bridge.City needed only five minutes to take the lead against Southampton, Wesley Hoedt putting through his own net following a neat move involving Aguero, David Silva and Leroy Sane.Sterling then quickly laid on the second as Aguero became the ninth player to reach the landmark of 150 Premier League goals.It was proving a nightmare return for Southampton manager Mark Hughes, who was in charge at City between 2008-09, as his side conceded a third goal when Sterling supplied a cross and David Silva lashed the ball home.
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