Arsenal answering every question Man City throw at us

Can you win? Yes, we can.

Can you beat Jurgen Klopp’s Red Army like us? That could be the mood among Manchester City faithful.

Man City can’t stop asking Arsenal questions, and Arsenal can’t stop responding. Many questioned whether Manchester City could beat Liverpool in this weekend’s early kickoff, with most Gunners seeing that as the game in which City would most likely lose points.

Pep Guardiola and his boys, on the other hand, were able to overcome every obstacle Jurgen Klopp and his team hurled at them, defeating them 4-1. During Manchester City’s win over Liverpool, Man City asked Arsenal two questions: will you win this weekend, and can you defeat Liverpool hands down next week?

Arsenal’s 4-1 win over Leeds answered the first one of City’s questions, but Arsenal has a complete week to come up with a perfect response for the other question; hopefully, that answer will be “correct.”

With Arsenal and City both winning this weekend, we move on to the next matchday to see who will flinch first. Just as many Gunners want City to lose points, Jack Grealish couldn’t hide the reality that he and his teammates know winning the league title is next to impossible considering how good Arsenal have been, but they can only hope.

Don’t worry Jack, I’m sure you’ll finish a valiant second!!!!


Sam P


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  1. I really hate this misguided belief that Arsenal virtually have the league in the bag. At least the bookies realise it’s still a really tight contest. As an Arsenal fan, I am not at all confident at this stage.
    Man City have a fairly straightforward set of fixtures and have finished the season with a dozen straight wins before. This could easily happen again – and I will be amazed if we get anything at the Etihad. Should this happen, Arsenal would have to win all the other eight fixtures, including away games at Liverpool and Newcastle, where two wins would be an almost unbelievable achievement.
    This kind of arrogance also plays into the hands of rival supporters, who are just waiting to laugh at Arsenal should they finish in second place.

    1. I’m also very worried about the Liverpool and Newcastle games. Liverpool is good enough to put 7 past United so expect anything on that day. City’s fixtures are much easier than ours I know deep down we all have a collective fear that this is where we lose the championship. I hope somehow we can go and win all those difficult games.

  2. Hello mate, I appreciate your humble approach to the title situation.

    However, we have every reason to be confident of winning the league, this City team doesn’t strike me as capable of a run in…Liverpool could have been 2 up and City could have been a man down with Rodri incident, my point is teams are creating chances against them and they are not really tearing teams apart.

    We currently have a very strong attack in Jesus, Saka, Matineli, Trossard, Odegaard. A capable midfield in Partey and Zhaka and a stable defence as well.

    We are a proper team playing fluid football and winning against different set up, the only reason people don’t respect US yet is because of past record, both ours and City’s.

    But there is nothing fragile about this Arsenal team and provided we don’t have any serious injuries to key players for the remaining games, the title is ours this year.

  3. I am really scared about Liverpool at Anfield. At their home, they are a different animal entirely. That’s where they beat City earlier in the season and totally annihilated United weeks later. So I would give anything to have any kind of result in this game.
    But like Mide noted above, I’m also expecting City to drop points along the line especially against teams that “pack the bus”. And many of the teams fighting relegation will do exactly that.
    So let’s just keep doing what we are doing – giving our best in every game – and see where that takes us.

  4. Sadly the stats don’t back up the view that Arsenal are the “real deal” and Man City are not this season.
    Shots Per Game: Man City 18.8 , Arsenal 15.5
    Shots On Target Per Game: Man City 6.7 , Arsenal 5.2
    Shots Conceded Per Game: Man City 6.2 , Arsenal 11.2
    Actual Points: Man City 64 , Arsenal 72
    Expected Points: Man City 63.09 , Arsenal 60.11
    In case anyone didn’t know, expected points are based on expected goals for and against.

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