VIDEO: Arsenal 0 – 3 Manchester City [Premier League] Highlights 2017/18
Manchester City conveyed another grand show of assaulting splendor as Pep Guardiola’s side denoted the chief’s 100th game in control with a 3-0 pulverization of hapless Arsenal.
City beat Arsenal by the same scoreline in Sunday’s EFL Cup last win at Wembley, giving Guardiola a first trophy following year and a half in English football.
Also, the runaway Premier League pioneers – now 16 points clear of competitiors Manchester United – overwhelmed Arsenal before the break, turning into the primary group to score three goals away to the Gunners in the main portion of a Premier League game.
ARSENAL made a better than average begin however Leroy Sane encouraged Bernardo Silva for a heavenly opener following 15 minutes, and the Germany global was then associated with a dazzling group objective as David Silva – who was on focus at Wembley – included a moment.
SANE scored the third before the break, completing off another wonderful move, as Arsenal were routinely cut open at a half-exhaust Emirates, the stadium decorated with blue lines in the snow.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang had a moment half PENALTY spared and another overwhelming thrashing builds the developing weight on Arsene Wenger, whose side are 10 focuses outside the Champions League capability places, as staggering City surround the title
Henrikh Mkhitaryan asked Arsenal to “battle” for Wenger in the development to the game and Ederson needed to spare an early sighter from the Armenia star, while Vincent Kompany diverted a cross from Aaron Ramsey into the chest of City’s goalkeeper.
Be that as it may, the guests scored with their first significant assault, Bernardo Silva netting a splendid strike.
SANE drove at the Arsenal barrier with pace and aptitude, slipping in the Portugal global, who worked the ball on to one side foot and twisted a wonderful styler into Petr Cech’s upper right corner.
Ederson beat away Granit Xhaka’s long-go free-kick, the goalkeeper at that point jumping on his right side to stick on to a sharp Ramsey strike.
Be that as it may, City’s clinical front line cut Arsenal open with another stunning assault following 27 minutes.
SANE was at his best once more, swindling Shkodran Mustafi and bolstering Sergio Aguero, who laid the ball into David Silva’s way. The Spain worldwide’s first touch was flawless, the second lashing a left-footed complete past a powerless Cech
City were uncontrolled, a brilliant third landing inside five minutes, Sane this time on target.
Aguero’s shrewd touch on the midway line made sections of land of room in the Arsenal resistance, Kevin De Bruyne sliding Kyle Walker clear to square a low cross for Sane to roll the ball home.
Nicolas Otamendi’s poor test on Mkhitaryan offered Arsenal a life saver soon after the restart – the Gunners having been booed off at the break – yet Ederson plunged to one side to keep out Aubameyang’s agreeable punishment.
With the game won before the break, City were naturally less sharp, some messy passing defacing their second-half show, while Walker limped off with 20 minutes remaining.
Cech denied Aguero his 200th goal for the club yet Guardiola couldn’t have sought after a more extensive triumph to check his City century, with Wenger left to consider how to settle a group that has been intensely beaten three times by the league toppers this season.