Manchester City win 2-1 against 10-men Arsenal, go 11 points clear on top

Manchester City has defeated Arteta less Arsenal by 2-1 at Emirates on Saturday in the Premier League. Blues have now won 11 games in a row which is again a new record made by Pep Guardiola’s men.

Manchester City beat Arsenal in the Premier League on Saturday. With this victory, Manchester City is now 11 points clear on top of the Premier League after a late winner from midfielder Rodri at Emirates (Arsenal’s home stadium). Chelsea FC is in 2nd place with 42 points as they still have a game in hand which is been scheduled to play on Sunday against Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool and that will be another exciting clash to watch. Pep Guardiola’s men also made a new record of winning 11 Premier League games in a row. Even though City was not at their best on Saturday they take all three points from the game after scoring a goal in regulation time.

Manchester City made a comeback victory on Saturday against Arsenal as they were behind in this game at half-time. English young star Bukayo Saka was the one who opened the scoring in the game as well as for the Gunners. It was a great counter-attacking goal by Arsenal and Saka amazingly finished the ball into the net after a cross came from the left-back Kieran Tierney. Despite scoring first, Gunners couldn’t take even a single point from this game as Manchester City scored the equalizer in the second half. Riyad Mahrez converted from the spot after midfielder Granit Xhaka made a bad challenge on Bernardo Silva.

The situation went bad to worse for Arsenal as they were down to 10 men two minutes after that equalizing goal from Mahrez. Defender Gabriel Magalhaes was shown a second yellow by the referee for the challenge on City’s forward Jesus. Despite playing with one man down, Arsenal controlled the game so well as they didn’t let City score. But, Man City did what they do best as they found a late winner in regulation time. Rodri scored an amazing goal at the end to help the visitors earn three points extend the lead to 11 points at the top.

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