Arsenal loses to Manchester City 3-0 again
- Author: Zachary Reyes Mar 02, 2018,
Mar 02, 2018, 18:49
Arsenal had never conceded three goals before half-time at home in the Premier League before, but they were perhaps fortunate to escape without further punishment, with Petr Cech denying Sergio Aguero his 200th City goal.
He last scored more than five league goals in one season in 2014, when he was still playing for Manchester United.
Arsenal boss, Arsene Wenger admits that his team are going through a hard period which has tampered with their confidence and caused their defeat to Manchester City on Thursday. "We needed the win". There was Dennis Bergkamp, Marc Overmars, Nicolas Anelka and Ian Wright up front, too.
"Now he recovered from his injury, he will come with us for Man City, I haven't decided if he'll be on the bench or in the stand for another week", said Conte.
Despite their latest disappointment, Ramsey refused to give up on qualifying for Europe's elite club competition and still harbours hopes of getting their hands on the Europa League trophy. "Confidence is that you know that you have done it before".
'They make you enjoy football.
So forgive for me being blunt, but where did it all go wrong?
"People are questioning the manager and the players but they have to look at those in charge of the club". Joking apart, this is what you want to see'.
"Everyone could get behind them". Yet the holes left by the departures of Campbell, Vieira and Henry were never filled and remain a problem to this day.
"You're kind of lost for words".
However, City's season deserves to be considered the greatest of all-time at this stage, as they're beating Arsenal's 2003-04 season in a bucket-load of categories, according to SmartBets.
Mendy lauded Manchester City's handsome style of football, tweeting: "If you don't like this you don't like football" and three love heart emojis.
Is there any way back for Arsene Wenger?
For Guardiola, he is inching ever closer to winning his first league title in England.
"We have to live with criticism; it's part of the modern game". Does it stop you sleeping that my position is uncertain or certain?
Arsene Wenger should be more embarrassed by the apathy coming from the Arsenal support than the demonstrations to get him sacked past year, according to former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher.