Manchester City pushed Arsenal more profound into emergency as they won without breaking a sweat at Emirates Stadium. Kevin de Bruyne created a first-half masterclass as Pep Guardiola’s side traveled into a three-objective lead by the interim with two eminent strikes, either side of an ideal pass that laid on City’s second for Raheem Sterling’s straightforward completion.
It was a frightening encounter for Arsenal guardian supervisor Freddie Ljungberg, who was a weak relaxed nearness, his negligible effect since succeeding the sacked Unai Emery reflected in a record of one win from his five matches in interval charge.
Weapons store’s absence of motivation in an Emirates Stadium without life and climate will definitely just build the pressing need to designate a full-time supervisor – in spite of the fact that at this stage it is as yet vague which bearing the Gunners chain of importance plans to go.
City, in the interim, stay 14 points behind pioneers Liverpool after this success, which was a great token of the quality the dominant Premier League champions have.