The big build-up to the return of the Premier League and all hope of a resurgent Arsenal fell flat on its face, as current champions Man City comfortably secured victory on a rainy night in Manchester.
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Match: Man City 3-0 Arsenal
Venue: Etihad Stadium
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The game in-hand that could be been all so valuable to Arsenal’s prospects of Champions League football quickly went up in smoke, with early injuries, a red card and three goals conceded. The ‘new normal’ but the ‘same old’ Arsenal?
Arsenal will sweat on injuries to Granit Xhaka and Pablo Mari, with the Swiss midfielder going off on a stretcher. The injury to Mari changed the game, quite literally, as Mikel Arteta brought on David Luiz for a night he won’t forget.
Luiz was at fault for the opening goal, scored by Raheem Sterling deep into first half stoppage time. On 50 minutes Luiz was sent off for hauling down Riyad Mahrez in the box, giving away a penalty, which was subsequently scored by Kevin de Bruyne.
With the Brazilian’s contract up at the end of the season, will we see the error prone defender in an Arsenal shirt again?
Phil Foden finished things off at the end of a second half, to compound Arsenal to a 3-0 defeat. With all clubs seemingly starting on an even playing footing after the 100 day suspension of the Premier League, Arsenal fans will be concerned with how lacklustre the display was, despite the opposition.
To put it into perspective, Arsenal has zero (0) shots on target, three (3) attempted shots and a dismal 32% possession for the entire game.
Next up Brighton at the AMEX on Saturday.