Man City move top of Premier League with easy Luton win

Manchester City moved ahead of Arsenal and Liverpool to the top of the Premier League with a routine 5-1 victory over Luton. 

With their title rivals both playing on Super Sunday, Pep Guardiola's side made no mistake against the relegation strugglers, taking just 90 seconds to open the scoring when Erling Haaland's effort deflected in off the unfortunate Daiki Hashioka.

It was one-way traffic for the majority of the game with City's first-half haul of 51 touches in the Luton box the most ever recorded in a first half of a Premier League game since Opta started capturing the data.

They had to wait until 64 minutes for the second but it was worth the wait when Mateo Kovacic found the top corner with a fantastic strike. Haaland then grabbed his 20th Premier League goal of the season from the penalty spot before Ross Barkley pulled one back for Luton.

That only poked the beast as City scored two late goals through Jeremy Doku and Josko Gvardiol which rubber-stamped the easy win.