Premier League: City Win Manchester Derby, Everton Hold Off Liverpool
Manchester City surged 11 points clear at the top of the Premier League as Nicolas Otamendi's strike clinched a crucial 2-1 win at title rivals Manchester United on Sunday. Pep Guardiola's side took the lead through David Silva's goal before Marcus Rashford equalised for United in first-half stoppage time. Meanwhile, Wayne Rooney's spot kick salvaged a 1-1 draw for Everton against Liverpool in the Merseyside derby at Anfield.
In Sunday's first match, Olivier Giroud's strike two minutes from time helped Arsenal draw 1-1 against Southampton (All images courtesy AFP)
Mohamed Salah continued his scoring spree, giving Liverpool the lead in the Merseyside derby.
Wayne Rooney rescued a point for Everton by scoring from the spot to deny Liverpool all three points.
The day's biggest match saw City take on United at Old Trafford in the Manchester derby.
David Silva scored from close range to give Manchester City a deserved lead.
Marcus Rashford's clinical finish got Manchester United back into the game just before half-time.
Manchester City were not to be denied as Nicolas Otamendi scored the winner in the 54th minute.
With 14 wins on the trot, City broke the record of 13 successive league wins in a single season set by Chelsea, Arsenal, Preston and Sunderland.