Jesus celebrates scoring City’s second goal with Pablo Zabaleta.
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Gabriel Jesus and Henrikh Mkhitaryan stole the headlines as Manchester City and Manchester United made up important ground in the race for Champions League qualification with wins Sunday.Mkhitaryan scored one goal and made another in a 3-0 victory at relegation-threatened champions Leicester City that took United to within two points of the top four.United are a point behind Liverpool, two points below fourth-place Arsenal and four points off City, who trail second-place Tottenham Hotspur by one point and Chelsea by 10 .The move brought Mkhitaryan into the No. 10 role and he put United ahead in the 42nd minute, beating Robert Huth to Chris Smalling's header on halfway and sprinting clear to score.Jesus needed just 11 minutes to crown his first home start for Manchester City with a goal as he put Guardiola's men in front against Paul Clement's improving Swansea.
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