Fresh from their Carabao Cup victory, Manchester City found themselves playing against Arsenal once again this midweek, this time in the English Premier League fixture and same result happened for Pep Guardiola’s men.
Playing away from home at Emirates, Man City didn’t change their usual attacking approach as they were gunning for another important three points to extend their lead at the top of Premier League.
Although Gunners put on a good effort early on, it was the visitor that got things going as they went one goal up after just 15 minutes of play through Bernardo Silva’s effort.
Things got even more comfortable for Guardiola’s men as just before the half hour mark they double their advantage, this time with a goal from David Silva.
Man City pretty much sealed that match in half time as they netted their third goal on 33rd minute as Leroy Sane scored for the current league leader.
Nothing changed much after the break, though City looking really comfortable with their three goals lead while Gunners looking rather disjointed as they certainly felt another disappointment of losing to the same team.
No more goals were scored during the second period as Man City maintaining that three goals margin until the final whistle was blown and extend their lead at the top to 16 points.