Manchester City players celebrate scoring their first goal against Everton during their Premier League match at Goodison Park, Liverpool on Sunday. LIVERPOOL: Ilkay Gundogan scored two brilliant goals and teed up Erling Haaland for another to inspire Manchester City to a 3-0 win at Everton on Sunday as they moved four points clear of Arsenal atop the Premier League table with an 11th consecutive victory. With three games remaining, Pep Guardiola’s treble-chasing side have 85 points and have a match in hand on Arsenal. Everton remain in a precarious position, one point above the relegation zone in 17th place with 32 points and two games left to play. Guardiola crossed the Goodison Park pitch to the raucous City fans and held up two fingers to denote the number of wins they need to guarantee themselves the title. “From minute one we took the game in our hands,” the Spaniard told the BBC. “It was a brilliant performance at the end of a season. We need two more victories to be champions. “We controlled the game. We were patient and attacked the spaces. Gundogan arriving in the box is amazing. Really really important.” Gundogan netted in the 37th minute when he brought down Riyad Mahrez’s cross in a crowd of Everton defenders and with his back to goal flicked a blind shot past keeper Jordan Pickford. Haaland headed in Gundogan’s cross two minutes later to extend his single-season Premier League scoring record to 36 goals. Gundogan extended City’s lead soon after halftime with a curling free kick that sailed over Everton’s wall into the net. City, who had to settle for a 1-1 draw with Everton at the Etihad Stadium this season, have won seven in a row at Goodison Park. The champions created several scoring chances in the first half including two quick corners that failed to produce shots before they were rewarded for their hard work. Haaland had a late chance at a second goal but sent his spectacular bicycle kick wide. Everton also had opportunities. James Tarkowski struck the crossbar and Mason Holgate sent a close-range shot just wide, burying his face in his hands in frustration. “Sometimes you’ve got to be realistic with the opposition because I thought they were terrific at what they do,” Dyche said of City. “They find the moments. The first goal was a very clever finish, very clever bit of play. The second one was knock-down football, and they do it well. Yet again, top side.” Guardiola’s team, who are also seeking their first Champions League title and have reached the FA Cup final, have a quick turnaround before they host Real Madrid in the second leg of their Champions League semi-final on Wednesday. The two sides drew 1-1 draw in Madrid last week.