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By ESPN Staff
35 minutes ago

Prem: Manchester City 2-2 Burnley

Manchester City failed to capitalize on Chelsea's draw by allowing Burnley to rally and share the spoils.

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 By Simon Curtis

Fernandinho's inspired performance not enough to save Manchester City

ESPN FC analyst Craig Burley discusses Manchester City's inability to close the gap at the top, while Arsenal were able to close in on the top four with a win at West Ham.

On a day when Chelsea's lethargic draw at Southampton offered Manchester City the opportunity to close to within a point of the Premier League leaders, an unusual second-half paralysis set in instead. City has not given up a two-goal lead at home and lost since an April 2009 visit from Fulham. Although City avoided that ignominy, little else was left to the imagination in their 2-2 draw with Burnley on Sunday.

The mouthwatering prospect of racking up 10 straight wins must also wait, as the Blues...

By ESPN Staff
2 hours ago

Gunners show grit, City humbled at home

ESPN FC analyst Craig Burley discusses Manchester City's inability to close the gap at the top, while Arsenal were able to close in on the top four with a win at West Ham.

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Manuel Pellegrini rues Man City complacency after draw with Burnley

ESPN FC analyst Craig Burley discusses Manchester City's inability to close the gap at the top, while Arsenal were able to close in on the top four with a win at West Ham.

MANCHESTER, England -- Manuel Pellegrini admitted that Manchester City had got complacent as they squandered a 2-0 lead to draw 2-2 at home against relegation-threatened Burnley.

City were on course for a club record 10th successive win after David Silva and Fernandinho had scored first-half goals.

But George Boyd, with a goal Pellegrini thought should have been disallowed, and Ashley Barnes struck in a second-half fightback for Sean Dyche's team as City missed the chance to close the gap to league...

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Three Points: Manchester City vs. Burnley

ESPN FC analyst Craig Burley discusses Manchester City's inability to close the gap at the top, while Arsenal were able to close in on the top four with a win at West Ham.

MANCHESTER, England -- Three quick thoughts from Manchester City's shock 2-2 draw with Burnley at the Etihad on Sunday.

1. City blow their chance

Just when Manchester City looked likely to go within a point of Chelsea, they turned in 45 minutes of listlessness and inertia to put the whip hand firmly back in Jose Mourinho's possession. Burnley fought back valiantly, and fully deserved a point that was beyond the expectation of all but their ever-positive manager Sean Dyche.

Two goals down, Burnley...