Arsenal Suffer a Humbling Home Defeat Vs City

Arsenal suffered another humbling home defeat after being outclassed in the first half by the rampant  Machester City at the Emirates.

Arsenal Suffer a Humbling Home Defeat Vs City

It took Machester City just 89 to score the first goal when Kevin De Bruyne’s well-taken goal from Gabriel Jesus’ cutback and Arsenal were never able to recover.

In the early stages of the game, Arsenal played a decent especially going forward but the main problem was the same, defending, each time city players went forward they looked like to score another goal.

Martinelli had another shot saved as we looked to regroup after the early blow, but it was City who extended their lead in a similar fashion to their first. This time De Bruyne was the creator, squaring for the unmarked Raheem Sterling to tap home at the far post.

De Bruyne scored his second while we were temporarily down to 10 men – Sead Kolasinac went off injured, and before Bukayo Saka could replace him, the Belgian found the bottom corner from outside the area.

Bernd Leno pulled off an incredible full-stretch save to deny De Bruyne his third before the break, tipping his curling effort onto the bar.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang headed just wide two minutes after the break, but City continued to keep Arsenal at arm’s reach.

Aubameyang struck a first-time effort wide from the edge of the area, but the reigning champions also had their chances, forcing Leno into two or three more solid stops, notably from Jesus and Riyad Mahrez.

Nowadays Arsenal can not get a win at home or away,  it is becoming very hard to watch this team play.

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