Manchester City kept Manchester United's lead at 12 points this weekend, both sides winning 2-0 against Chelsea and QPR respectively
Manchester City galvanised their grip on second place in the Premier League with a 2-0 victory at home to nearest rivals Chelsea on Sunday.
After Chelsea's Frank Lampard had seen a penalty saved by England colleague Joe Hart, City prevailed through a pair of fine second-half goals from man-of-the-match Yaya Toure and substitute Carlos Tevez.
"We can't think that it (the title race) is finished with 11 games to go," said City manager Roberto Mancini.
"It's not my mentality or my players' mentality and we need to play like today. Both goals were fantastic."