Manchester City defeated Southampton 4-1 at the Etihad Stadium in Saturday's early kick-off, ensuring the Blues' title chances remain in their own hands as a result.
City took the lead when Yaya Toure converted a penalty after Edin Dzeko had been fouled by Jose Fonte in the area. But their lead was short-lived, with the visitors equalising when Rickie Lambert scored with a penalty of his own.
That came after Jack Cork had been felled by Pablo Zabaleta, but it was as good as it got for Mauricio Pochettino's men, as goals from Samir Nasri, Dzeko and Steven Jovetic secured the win.
However, the biggest concern for the visitors was not the result, but the fact that Jay Rodriguez suffered what looked like a serious knee injury in the first-half.
For now it remains unclear just how long the striker will be out for and if the injury will end his World Cup hopes.