Manchester City moved to the top of the Premier League with a 4-0 win over Southampton at home on Saturday, with Erling Haaland scoring for the 10th game in a row in all club competitions.
The Norwegian striker had a difficult afternoon by his normal prolific standards, but he ultimately got on the scoresheet in the 65th minute to give City a fourth goal after first-half goals from Joao Cancelo and Phil Foden, as well as a volley from Riyad Mahrez after the break.
The victory sent City to the top of the table with 23 points from nine games, though Arsenal, with 21, may recover the lead if they defeat Liverpool at home on Sunday.
Southampton, meanwhile, dropped to 16th place with seven points after suffering their fourth consecutive league defeat, putting even more pressure on manager Ralph Hasenhuettl.
Haaland came into the game in merciless form, having scored a hat-trick against Manchester United last week and a double against Copenhagen in the Champions League.
However, luck evaded him when he narrowly failed to open the scoring in the first half, smashing a shot off the inside of the far post and watching the ball trickle out of the goal.
Haaland later scuffed a shot wide and mistimed a header in the second half, but he was not to be denied, firing a first-time shot into the net after a cut-back from Cancelo to score his 15th league goal of the season and his 20th overall.