Julian Alvarez scored two first-half goals as Manchester City enjoyed a comfortable Premier League victory over struggling Burnley.
On his 24th birthday, Alvarez headed home from Matheus Nunes' dinked cross for his first and pounced on a Kevin de Bruyne through-ball for his second.
Rodri scored City's third goal a minute into the second half, latching on to Phil Foden's cut-back and slotting into the bottom corner.
Ameen Al Dakhil got a late consolation for Burnley in added time.
Pep Guardiola's side moved up to second in the table but remain five points behind league leaders Liverpool, while Burnley are in 19th place.
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