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The A team took six of the first eight frames to put the match beyond reach of their opponents.
France attacking midfielder Neal Maupay scored Nice's fourth in the 80th to put the game beyond reach.
While Rossi has put together a string of podium finishes, he has had to fight his way through from lowly starting positions, by which time Lorenzo has been beyond reach.
Red Devils captain Wayne Rooney made it beyond reach at the 85th minute, while Olivier Giroud bagged the consolation in injury time.
Rooney, right, will become the ninth player to achieve the feat and, given his age, Peter Shilton's record 125-cap haul does not look beyond reach.
According to The Guardian, Pellegrini said that Liverpool's defeat to Chelsea earlier in the day provoked a reaction within City's squad as it appeared to have put a second Premier League triumph in three seasons beyond reach, even though he admitted that the title race was far from over.
Then two quick fire goals at the start of the second half from Eamon Zayed and Ciaran Kilduff put the game beyond reach.
WREXHAM player-manager Andy Morrell insists that a top-five finish is not beyond reach and has challenged his players to prove it by winning at Cambridge United this evening.
Hull player-coach Sylvain Cloutier got a short-hander of his own a few moments later, but Adam Henrich put the game beyond reach in the final period with a brace.
Once considered the force behind the young leader, he displayed a bold insouciance that seemed calculated to show he was beyond reach.
Tom Grimes' try from a slick backs move took their lead to six points, replacement Jonny Burn putting them beyond reach.
Ambulances are beyond reach as the accident site is far from any road and Burelo said the injured were taken to a hospital in the neighboring state of Veracruz by boat.