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Two goals in the closing moments of the first half gave Manchester City a 3-1 win at Southampton and saw them move back into second place in the Premier League, seven points behind leaders Liverpool ahead of Thursday's meeting between the two sides.
A James Ward-Prowse own goal and Sergio Aguero's header gave City victory on the south coast after Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg had cancelled out David Silva's early strike.
City made a rapid start and were almost in front with five minutes played, Raheem Sterling…