The lights may have been off in the Manchester City dressing room when they arrived at Turf Moor last night.

But a dazzling double from Gabriel Jesus helped Pep Guardiola’s side to a 2-0 win in front of the Amazon Prime cameras.

Brazilian Jesus has the dubious honour of being a future pub quiz answer as the first man to score on the Premier League’s newest digital platform and it was a goal to savour.

The striker curled a brilliant first past Nick Pope before adding a second soon after the restart to set City on their way.

Rodri lashed home a half-volley from the edge of the area on 64 minutes before substitute Riyad Mahrez rounded things off four minutes from time.

Robbie Brady did fire the Clarets a consolation two minutes later but it was little more than that.

Boss Sean Dyche handed Danny Drinkwater a first league start in place of Ashley Barnes as one of three changes but it was the visitors who started on the front foot and it was little surprise when Jesus broke the deadlock on 42 minutes.

The striker finished off a swift counter-attack by guiding his shot beyond Pope and after that City never really looked back.

Pope had to be alert nine minutes later when City, finding their rhythm in that ominous way that they do, threatened to double their advantage.

Neat inter-play between De Bruyne and Bernardo Silva saw the Belgium get free on the right and his low cross look destined to be turned home by Sterling but he saw his shot saved superbly by England teammate Pope with his knee.

The Clarets stopper was called upon again just two minutes before the break as City once again turned defence into attack in the blink of an eye.

Dwight McNeil saw his volley hit teammate Chris Wood and from that City set off at speed.

Jesus worked the ball to De Bruyne who in turn found Bernardo Silva but the Portuguese international saw his fierce shot saved by Pope who was out quick to close the angle.

If Dyche was pleased to get in just a goal down at the break, his mood will have changed just four minutes after the restart.

City picked up where they had left off and doubled their advantage without having to break into too much of a sweat.

Jesus got his second of the night, drifting in front of Phil Bardsley at the back post to touch hope a delightful Bernardo Silva cross.

The City striker spun past James Tarkowski four minutes later and only missed out on adding a third by millimetres as his curling shot just evaded the far post.

Dyche introduced Barnes and Jay Rodriguez for Drinkwater and Wood just before the hour mark and it almost brought about an instant change in fortunes for the Clarets.

Barnes won his side a free-kick 30 yards out but McNeil’s effort was comfortable at the second attempt for Ederson.

Rodri and Mahrez ensured City’s flickering title hopes were shining brightly again before substitute Brady gave the Clarets faithful something to cheer about two minutes from time, smashing home a loose ball to give his side a consolation they probably just about deserved.