Belgian Kevin De Bruyne scored four of his five leaders, Man City, and led him to win over Wolverhampton 5-1, restoring the three-point difference between him and his direct airport, Liverpool, in a postponed match from the thirty-third stage of the English Premier League.
De Bruyne scored a “super hat-trick” in the 7th, 16th, 24th and 60th minutes, raising his score to 19 goals in various competitions this season, while his colleague Raheem Sterling concluded the scoring festival (84).
The Belgian Leander Dendoncker (11) scored Wolverhampton’s only goal.
And “City” raised its lead to 89 points, 3 points ahead of the second Liverpool, while Chelsea tightened its grip on third place with 70 points, after beating Leeds United by three clean points.
Chelsea took an additional step towards deciding its qualification for the Champions League next season and preparing in the best possible way for the final match of the cup competition, by defeating its deficient host Leeds United 3-0 in a match postponed from the 33rd stage as well.
The “Blues” hat-trick was scored by Mason Mount (4), Christian Pulisic (55) and Romelu Lukaku (83).
Leicester City beat Norwich City 3-0 in a postponed match from the 21st stage, while Watford tied with Everton in a postponed match from the 30th stage.