The most anticipated match in the Premier League this weekend ended with a 2-1 victory for hosts, Manchester City.
Despite Arsenal taking the lead very early on in the first half through Theo Walcott, City fought back in the second half to steal all the three points.
It is now two wins on the bounce for Manchester City who have Leroy Sane and Raheem Sterling to thank for a superb second half performance.
Arsenal will have some complaints about Sane’s equaliser after replays proved he was a smidgen offside but Pep Guardiola will have no complaints.
Raheem Sterling’s super cut into the area and his subsequent shot beat Cech to put City ahead. City easily saw out the rest of the match and will ease off some of the pressure they’ve felt in the past two weeks.