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Big sensation: the City-the shock sends Liverpool on guldkurs

Two results stood out as significant surprises in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon. Manchester City lost at home 2-3 to Crystal Palace, while Chelsea

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Big sensation: the City-the shock sends Liverpool on guldkurs

Two results stood out as significant surprises in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.

Manchester City lost at home 2-3 to Crystal Palace, while Chelsea ended in a 0-1 defeat at home to Leicester.

Special Manchester City's defeat to Crystal Palace 2-3 at home at the Etihad Stadium send tremors through the Premier League. At the same time send the result the christmas spirit right at the top in the red part of Liverpool, where you can truly begin to dream about gold with a four points lead for the City.

Ilkay Gündogan brought according to plan, the City in front 1-0 after 27 minutes, but Crystal Palace responded with two goals in two minutes after 33 and 35 minutes. Here was especially Andros Townsends scoring to 2-1 a true gem that must stand for the title as this year's goal.

Crystal Palace increased to 3-1 shortly into the second half, and then it was up hill for the City.

Substituted Kevin De Bruyne reduced to 2-3, but closer came the home team not on point.

With the defeat of City in second place four points behind Liverpool, which tops the table with 48 points after 18 matches.

Landsholdsmålmand Kasper Schmeichel was one of the key figures in Leicester's victory, as he dished up with several big saves in the course of the fight.

See Schmeichels wild rescue here:

Especially will He be remembered for a klasseredning on a intrusive attempts by Chelsea star Eden Hazard.

the Belgian hammered in the goal after 59 minutes, but He showed good reactions and a strong right arm at the nearest bead.

He took also of the attempts by Chelsea winger Willian in both the first and second half.

Jamie Vardy was the match winner at Stamford Bridge. Photo: AP

At the other end of the pitch, beat Leicester's Jamie Vardy after 51 minutes, as the English landsholdsangriber scored the 1-0 after a nice opspil from James Maddison.

Chelsea pushed hard for an equalizing, but the Leicester defence held a position indicated by Schmeichel as the anchorman.

Marcos Alonso, however, was close, as the spaniard passed Schmeichel and hit the inside of the post in the final minutes.

Vardy struck and sank Chelsea at Stamford Bridge

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