After Manchester City beat Arsenal 1-0 at Eithad Stadium, This is how The EPL Table Looks Like
Another great fixture holds today in the English premier league as Manchester City played against Arsenal at Eithad Stadium.
Raheem Sterling opened the scoring in the 23rd minute as he smashed in a lose ball from a close range into the back of of the net to give Manchester City a 1-0 lead.
Manchester City were incredible in the fist half.
Second half came to a close as there were no goals between Manchester City and Arsenal, but despite that Manchester City were dominant as they were able to penetrate into Arsenal's defence but could not produce another goal before Full time.
Here is how the EPL Table looks like after the Match
Manchester City are at the 10th spot of the Premier League Table with 7 points while Arsenal are at the 5th spot of the Premier League Table with 9 points.
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