When Manchester United and City played their matches today, no one had any doubt that there would be any set backs.
The Citizens too moved ahead and earned three more points when they beat Newcastle 3-1.
It seemed both Manchesters wanted to finish their matches with same score. Now as of today, the Red Devils have crossed 40 and are still on the top of the world with 42 points, followed by the Citizens with 36 points, clinging to their second position. However, the differential continues to be six as before.
However, Chelsea seems to have been left much behind with 29 points though still at the third position. The Blues are now threatened by Everton with 27 points and Tottenham and West Brom each with 26 points.
Days ahead are getting tougher - wont't you say so?