Arsenal beat Man City to win the league

Arsenal beat Man City to win the league

Arsenal beat Man City to win the league. Manchester City’s sudden decline in the league. The reigning champions of the English Premier League have lost two matches in a row in the league. The Citizens lost 1-0 at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday (October 8) thanks to a last-minute goal by Arsenal’s Brazilian star Gabriel Martinelli. As a result of this loss, Pep Guardiola’s team went into the international break from third in the table.

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Manchester City got off to a great start at Arsenal. However, Holland-Alvarez could not maintain the offensive attitude of the beginning of the match. Arteta’s team Arsenal fixed the match. Despite a scoreless first half, the Gunners dominated the Citizens in attack.

In the second half, the Gunners increased their possession and attack. However, despite attacking, Arsenal could not see the expected goal. However, four minutes before the end of the match (86 minutes), the Brazilian star Gabriel Martinelli, who came as a substitute, gave Arsenal the lead. Holland-Alvarez could not answer his goal. In the end, the host Arsenal left the field with a 1-0 victory.

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Manchester City lost the second match in a row in the league. The reigning league champions lost 2-1 to Wolves last week. And with this loss today, Manchester City has dropped to the third place in the league table. Citizens have 18 points in 8 matches. On the other hand, Arsenal is second in the table with 20 points in the same match. However, Tottenham is at the top of the table due to the goal difference.

Meanwhile, Liverpool drew 2-2 against Brighton in another match of the day. Liverpool took a 2-1 lead with Salah’s double after falling behind by one goal. However, when Brighton scored again in the second half, Klopp’s team left the field with a draw. As a result of this draw, Liverpool did not reach third place in the table. All Reds are fourth in the table with 17 points in 8 matches.