Manchester City beat Burnley to go top again

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Manchester City are back on top of the English Premier League (IPL) points table with two games left in the season.

They edged past Burnley thanks to Sergio Aguero's 20th goal of the season.

The Argentinian forward scored in the 64th minute after a goal-line technology review, which showed the ball was 29.51mm past the line before it was cleared.

The result takes Manchester City one point ahead of Liverpool.

Meanwhile, Manchester United's hopes of securing a Champions League spot have taken a major blow.

They drew 1-1 against Chelsea at Old Trafford as a David de Gea error gifted the Blues a point.

Arsenal's Champions League ambitions were also dented as they went down to Leicester.

Jamie Vardy scored twice in the 3-0 victory.

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