Jeremy Doku produced a sparkling performance as Manchester City moved top of the Premier League by thrashing Bournemouth at Etihad Stadium.
The 21-year-old Belgium winger opened the scoring with a scuffed finish after half an hour following a one-two with Rodri, and proceeded to set up the next four.
Bernardo Silva slotted home the second from Doku’s cutback and City scored their third in seven first-half minutes when the Belgian’s left-foot shot then deflected in off Manuel Akanji.
City took off top-scorer Erling Haaland at half-time after the striker hobbled down the tunnel at the break but the goals kept coming for the home side.
Doku teed up Phil Foden to thump in the fourth and, after Luis Sinisterra had pulled one back for Bournemouth, he sent Bernardo clear to dink the ball over Bournemouth goalkeeper Andrei Radu for number five.
Nathan Ake completed the scoring with a close-range diving header from Oscar Bobb’s cross as Pep Guardiola’s team go a point ahead of Tottenham at the summit.