Manchester City emerged as nightmare for everyone in the English Premiere league as the team continues the ruthless run of victory. City encountered Arsenal in the home ground Sunday, and Gunners lost the game for an early goal by Raheem Sterling.
Victory was an easy walk for City this time. For the surprise City exhibited some sloppy moments and lack of coordination in the match
Riyad Mehraz and Raheem Sterling attacked continuously from both sides, despite chances City was unable to double the lead. Arsenal created a couple of chances in the first half and maintained the momentum in second half making match hard for City.
City lacked coordination and struggled in the second half of the game. Raheem Sterling scored from a header and turned to be the winning goal of the match.
Kevin De Bryune returned to the ground after recovering the hamstring injury. The Belgian created two chances and crafted three key passes. Even though De Bryune was sharp, he threatened Arsenal with long range shots proving injury hasn't changed him a bit. City dominated ball possession even though they were not able to breakdown the Gunners
City continues to be unstoppable in the League with 13 consecutive wins and 18 straight in all competitions. City tops the table 10 points ahead of the Leicester City with 10 matches left in the League. Borussia Mönchengladbach will encounter City in the next match on Wednesday.