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TECHNOLOGY HELPS MAN CITY’S PUSH FOR PREMIER LEAGUE TITLE

Cruelly denied by VAR in its agonizing Champions League exit, Manchester City relied on technology to keep its Premier League title charge on course on Sunday.

City scraped past Burnley 1-0 thanks to a scruffy strike by Sergio Aguero that needed the confirmation of goal-line technology.

The distance over the line? Less than 3 centimeters.

The nervy wait before referee Paul Tierney awarded the goal was in keeping with a tense match at Turf Moor that ended with City having six defenders on the field — including four center backs

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