Riyad Mahrez hit a hat-trick and Kevin De Bruyne assisted two as Manchester City beat Burnley 5-0 for the fourth consecutive time at home.
City led in the sixth minute when Mahrez collected De Bruyne’s pass and curled the ball in.
Mahrez struck again on 22 minutes, finishing from Kyle Walker’s quick throw-in.
Benjamin Mendy claimed his first City goal on 41 minutes, converting De Bruyne’s assist for 3-0.
Jay Rodriguez forced a save from Ederson before City made the match safe with two goals in four minutes.
Ferran Torres made it 4-0 with his debut Premier League goal, then Mahrez completed his treble on 69 minutes, heading in substitute Phil Foden’s cross.
City move up to eighth with 15 points. Burnley are 18th on five points.
Man City: 5 Dec v Fulham (H)
Burnley: 5 Dec v Everton (H)
Referee: Lee Mason. Assistants: Richard West, Adrian Holmes. Fourth official: Anthony Taylor. VAR: Robert Jones. Assistant VAR: Scott Ledger.