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Manchester City beat Brighton to dim Arsenal’s Premier League title hopes.

Arsenal’s hopes of winning the Premier League title this season suffered setback as Manchester City beat Brighton 0-4 to close in on reclaiming top-spot.

Manchester City showed their strength by defeating Brighton in an important Premier League match on Thursday night.

This victory has put pressure on Arsenal, who are currently leading the league. Manchester City now only trail Arsenal by one point, and they have an extra game left to play.

The match against Brighton started with Manchester City controlling the game and Brighton trying to counterattack.

Despite some shaky moments in defense, Manchester City took the lead within the first 20 minutes. Kevin De Bruyne scored the opening goal with a header, showcasing a brilliant team effort.

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Manchester City extended their lead thanks to a stroke of luck when Phil Foden’s free-kick deflected into the net. Before halftime, Phil Foden scored again after Brighton lost possession near their penalty area, putting Manchester City comfortably ahead by three goals.

In the second half, Manchester City focused on maintaining their lead by slowing down the pace of the game. They managed to score another goal when Kyle Walker’s effort allowed Julián Álvarez to tap the ball into the net.

This impressive victory sends a strong message to Arsenal and the rest of the league. With their powerful attacking play and solid defense, have now moved into second place, just one point behind Arsenal, and their performance has elevated them above Liverpool in the standings.

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