Despite having the majority of possession in the half, Manchester City were failing to create much of anything in the middle.
Manchester City extended their lead atop the Premier League table to 16 points with a convincing 4-1 win over Leicester City.
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A blistering start to the game at the Ittihaad Stadium saw Rahim Sterling with an early opener for the peerless Citizens just three minutes into the game.
De Bruyne's stunning pass took the entire Leicester defence out of the game.
Leicester equalised in the 24th minute when Jamie Vardy punished a slack pass from Nicolas Otamendi to score with their first shot on target. The former Athletico Madrid Fox in the box, restored the lead for the Citizens less than five minutes after recess.
Shortly after an hour had been played, Leicester brought on Riyad Mahrez - returning to the squad after his hopes of a move to City had been dashed - and ex-City striker Kelechi Iheanacho, replacing Chilwell and Fousseni Diabate.
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After the interval Pep Guardiola's men came out firing and would make it 2-1 in the 48th minute through Aguero.
With that said, the fourth arrived in the 77th minute when a mistake from Schmeichel saw Agüero pounce on to the ball before he completed his hat-trick with a cool lobbed effort over the Denmark global.
Aguero saved the best for last, though, with a sensational dipping shot that crashed in off the underside of the crossbar.
"Congratulations to him, because it's not easy to score four goals".
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With two rocks on the red zone of the target to start the ninth end, Finland was in prime position to get a much-needed win. Korea led the game 2-1 through three before OAR regained the lead with two in the fourth and one more in the fifth.