Joint Premier League leaders, Manchester City, recorded an emphatic 6-0 win over the Watford in their own nest, this weekend. This spectacular goal fest pushed Manchester City's goal tally to 15 in their last three games. Sergio Aguero, Nicolas Otamendi, Gabriel Jesus, and Raheem Sterling were on the scoresheet for the night.



Watford midfielder, Tom Cleverly, has hailed City's performance as one of the greatest he's ever faced. “In my whole career that is one of, if not the best single performances I have played against,” Cleverley admitted, as quoted by  Watford observer



“Every area of the field they are organised. Even the nasty side of the game, they can do that with players like Fernandinho. They started well last year and didn’t manage to win it, so let’s see.


“It is one game and we have not really tested them today and they will come up against different challenges.”


Even though Cleverly admitted his opponent's superiority, he still felt some refereeing decision hurt his team significantly. 


“It is hard against any team in the Premier League, but against one of the top teams it is extra difficult,” he explained.


“He has made a couple of mistakes and he will probably know that. A fair share of the decisions didn’t go for us today, but hopefully, they will level out over the course of the season.


Watford will face Swansea next, who held Tottenham Hotspur to a nil-nil draw this week, at Wembley.