Man City have gone top of the English premier league abeit temporarily following their away win over Leicester City at the King Power stadium.
Manchester City would have to wait for the result between Arsenal and Nottingham forest to know if they will be occupying the top spot at the end of the match day 14.
City started the match pressing high and dominated possession throughout the encounter.
De Bruyne scored via a freekick in the 49th minute and it proved to be the only goal of the game. Leicester were not attacking at all but they did it at the end of the second half in order to find an equalizer.
Youri Tielemans was inches away from an immediate equalizer for Leicester when the Belgian’s ferocious drive was tipped onto the crossbar by Ederson.
Kelechi Iheanacho came off the bench and twice went close to a leveller with a snap-shot that whistled just wide and then a close-range effort straight at Ederson.
City almost contrived to gift Leicester a point in stoppage-time when John Stones’ header hit Ruben Dias and flew narrowly wide.