Arsenal fans, you might not want to read this one…
Arsene Wenger’s side succumbed to a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Pep Guardiola’s Man City, who continued their near perfect start to the season.
The home side opened the scoring after Kevin De Bruyne fired a brilliant left-footed strike past Cech. The Gunners then found themselves two behind after Sergio Aguero converted a penalty that was won by Raheem Sterling.
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Wenger’s side halved the deficit thanks to summer signing Alexandre Lacazette, however a tap in from Gabriel Jesus in the 77th minute secured all three points for the Citizens in a hotly contested affair.
Gabriel Jesus joined an elite group of players following his side’s win this afternoon
Players without a loss in first 20 #EPL matches
— Gracenote Live (@GracenoteLive) November 5, 2017
Man City: Ederson 7, Walker 7, Stones 7, Otamendi 6, Delph 6, D Silva 7, De Bruyne 8, Fernandinho 8, Sane 7, Sterling 7, Aguero 7 / Subs: B Silva 6, Jesus 7, Gundogan 7
Arsenal: Cech 6, Bellerin 7, Koscielny 6, Monreal 6, Coquelin 6, Kolasinac 6, Ramsey 7, Xhaka 6, Iwobi 6, Sanchez 7, Ozil 6 / Subs: Lacazette 7, Wilshere 6, Giroud 6
This fan sums up the situation at the Emirates perfectly
And guess what,there's no consequences on anything at Arsenal. Because losing has no bearing.We've seen that time and time over last few yrs
— Darren (@DarrenArsenal1) November 5, 2017
This stat shows how bad of a start the north London side have had this season
Arsenal have lost four of their opening six away matches of a top-flight campaign for the first time since 1981. Not good. pic.twitter.com/zyEVNoec6a
— UberArsenal (@UberArsenaI) November 5, 2017
Whilst these viewers were all praise for MOTM De Bruyne
I'm about 85% sure De Bruyne could win the Premier League on his own, whilst playing fly-keeper.
— Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) November 5, 2017
Kevin De Bruyne is just world class??
— Matt Brain (@MattyBrain6) November 5, 2017