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Did not have very much to do with his goal remaining untested. Cancelo: Never shy to get forward and worked very well with De Bruyne on the right, constantly catching Fulham cold with his intelligent runs.
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It need not be. City could have had a sixth after debutant Bailey Peacock-Farrell put through his own net but it was ruled out for offside.
Ederson was largely untroubled but did have to make one smart save to deny Burnley forward Jay Rodriguez's drive. De Bruyne was once again outstanding for City and himself went close by rifling an effort off the inside of the post.
It was bad news for Burnley boss Sean Dyche after his men suffered yet another hammering at the Etihad Stadium. City meanwhile climbed the table and are now just six points behind Liverpool after they drew at Brighton earlier.
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The hosts had Riyad Mahrez to thank as he claimed his first City hat-trick with two left-foot strikes and a header. De Bruyne looks to get on the scoresheet himself and sees his latest effort cannon off the woodwork after overlapping Mahrez.
A dominant City display and they have put their scoring woes behind them. In appears Pep Guardiola does know what his side will do before the world does.
A second chance of the game for Rodriguez, who cannot read the flight of the ball in time to make a decent connection from a cross, before McNeil balloons an effort well over the bar.
Mahrez has his hat-trick! His first in a Man City shirt! Mahrez, having got his three goals, tries to set one up now but his cross is headed over at the near post by Fernandinho.
City still pressing like they were in the first half to win the ball back here, with Ederson even fancying a little dally out of the box to intercept a pass to Barnes.
De Bruyne's cross finds Jesus and the keeper makes a point-blank save before his knee gets contact with the ball but he cannot crawl back in time to scramble the ball away.
After that double whammy, Burnley try and change the 0 part of the scoreline, and Barnes nearly does but just bends past Ederson's post.
A first Manchester City hat-trick for Mahrez, who thumps a header home from Foden's delicious and inviting ball from the left following the latest City attack.
Walker overlaps Mahrez brilliantly and the right-back finds Jesus, whose touch brilliantly set up Torres to slot home.
Stoppage here as James Tarkowski is down with a head issue after receiving a clattering during their latest corner. The resulting free-kick is taken by Benson, who gets good whip on it but is denied by a slight touch from Dias in the wall.
First save that Ederson has really had to make, with the Brazilian stretched to parry Jay Rodriguez's drive, before Jesus is adjudged to have fouled Barnes millimetres outside the box.
City are nearly in again, but poor control from Jesus and a fantastic Taylor challenge stops Mahrez heading through one on one with the keeper for a potential third for him.
Manchester City have asserted their dominance again from set plays, with the latest brought to a hold after a bit of pinball for a foul by Stones on Peacock-Farrell.
He once again runs at the Burnley defence and instead of feeding Jesus he decides to have a pop himself but slices it wide. Couple of excellent defensive headers from John Stones there to keep danger away from the City goal, heading away a free-kick before a corner soon after is well headed out before Ederson takes the ball off the head of Wood.
Mahrez will probably be shooting on sight from now on in this game for the hat-trick, but his latest effort is spooned over after Ferran Torres' cut back.
That's better from Burnley, who win the ball high up and feed Barnes, who however strikes well wide from long distance.