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Manchester City beat Arsenal 3-0 in a match they dominated from the opening minutes.
Team News – Match Reports – Player Ratings
Match: Arsenal v Manchester City
Venue: Emirates Stadium
Kick-Off (UK Time): 16:30 15/12/2019
It was a decent start to the match for the home side. Arsenal very nearly took an early lead through Gabriel Martinelli inside the first minute of the game.
It was something which the Gunners would soon regret when Arsenal’s defence failed to deal with Gabriel Jesus and the Brazilian cut the ball back for Kevin De Bruyne to half-volley it into the top corner inside three minutes.
Arsenal had a good shape about them and produced a couple of decent opportunities but City were something else. Phil Foden broke clear with the ball and found De Bruyne down the left flank. The Belgian cut it across for Raheem Sterlin who was left unmarked by Sead Kolasinac at the back post to score.
De Bruyne showed why he is one of the best players in the world in this first half. The Belgian drove forward with the ball before whipping a shot into the bottom corner to make it 3-0 in the first half.
But it could’ve been worse for Arsenal. De Bruyne had the ball on a platter for him after a good run from Foden and unleashed a powerful curling effort into the top corner. The ball looked destined for the net but Bernd Leno produced an extraordinary save to tip it onto the post.
The second half began very much as the first ended. Manchester City were on top and that didn’t change. Fortunately for Arsenal, neither did the scoreline.
Bernd Leno produced a couple of good saves to keep the score at 3-0 with both sides seemingly content with the outcome of the match. That says a lot about where these two teams are right now.