Tag: Arsenal vs Manchester City
Despite what he says, Mikel Arteta’s default style seems to be evolving as a cautious one, more afraid of losing than anything else and that’s what’s hurting Arsenal.
Join us as we ask whether Auba is the right centre-forward for Arsenal's style, and if they should be looking for a new manager if they lose to Benfica
Pep Guardiola singled out Bukayo Saka and Martin Odegaard for praise after Manchester City's victory over Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.
Nicolas Pepe says the current Arsenal team need to address their concentration problems if they're going to succeed, following defeat to Manchester City.
Stephen Bradley analyses how Manchester City managed to exert their will Arsenal, how they struggled to cope with runners, and why the Gunners were unable to fight fire with fire.
Arsenal looked in for a pasting when Raheem Sterling rose to nod home with barely 2 minutes on the clock but Arsenal rallied
Arsenal and Manchester City went head-to-head at the Emirates in was an impossible game for Mikel Arteta’s men who did well to only lose 1-0.
Arsenal dropped an injury news update that raised hopes everywhere that Thomas Partey could play some part against Manchester City on Sunday.
Arsenal return to Premier League action with a match against Manchester City on Sunday, so let's take a look at our predicted lineup.
Kieran Tierney has returned to training with Arsenal giving the Gunners a major lift before their games against Benfica and Manchester City.
Kevin De Bruyne has returned to full training with Manchester City, just days before his team are set to face Arsenal.
Taking a break from the league action for the EFL Cup quarter-final, let's take a look at our predicted Arsenal lineup vs Manchester City.
Mikel Arteta says Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang needs to have a second scan on his injury, ruling him out against Manchester City, but he's improving in recent days.
Matthew and Paul indulge in an epic podcast to recap unlikely victories against Liverpool and Manchester City, while celebrating a long lost feel-good factor. Plus...
David Luiz was hailed to the rafters by Mikel Arteta after his display helped Arsenal make their 21st FA Cup final at the expense of Pep Guardiola's Manchester City.
Arsenal dominated Jamie Redknapp's Daily Mail Team of the Weekend this week after putting two past Manchester City without reply.
Pep Guardiola was angry with his attacking players for losing to Arsenal in Saturday's FA Cup, not the defence who made a few errors.
Only one player in England has scored more goals than Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang since the Gabon striker arrived in the country - and he's played for a much, much better side.
Arsenal beating Manchester City 2-0 after accruing a 2-20 scoreline across the previous seven matches was not the only headline to emerge from their semi-final Wembley win.
Arsenal put together another impressive win against a big-six side on Saturday, defeating Manchester City 2-0 to reach the FA Cup final.
David Luiz, in perhaps a dig at Brighton's Neal Mapuay, spoke of Arsenal's 'humility' following their FA Cup semi-final win over Manchester City on Saturday at Wembley.
Mikel Arteta has expressed his sympathy for Arsenal fans who couldn't be at Wembley on Saturday night to watch their side beat Manchester City and make their 21st FA Cup final.
Arsenal did what many thought was impossible and beat Manchester City in the FA Cup semi-final to make it to their 21st final of the competition they've won more than anyone else.
As I write this at halftime, Arsenal are winning one nil against Manchester City in their FA Cup semi-final and the goal was a beauty.
Mikel Arteta told ESPN on Friday the reasons Mesut Ozil hasn't been playing and it seems the Spanish coach is getting a little clearer in his message.
Pep Guardiola has said he is planning to use City's semi-final at Wembley against Arsenal to gauge how ready his side are to play Real Madrid in the Champions League.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will start against Manchester City at Wembley on Saturday in search of his first FA Cup goal for Arsenal this season and Mikel Arteta has backed him to handle the pressure even though he has never scored against City before.
Arsenal face Manchester City in the FA Cup semi-final on Saturday, looking to finally put an end to their terrible recent record against their opponents.
Arsenal could play in the Community Shield at the start of next season, even if they lose their semi-final next weekend against Manchester City as the FA are determined to put on the showpiece.
Freddie Ljungberg took Mesut Ozil off against Manchester City and replaced him with 19-year-old Emile Smith Rowe because he wanted more energy in the side.
Bernd Leno has called on his Arsenal teammates to spend the next week looking at their own mentality, convinced it is not the coach that is causing the problems.
Alexandre Lacazette, Mesut Ozil, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Lucas Torreira seem unlikely to be Arsenal players this time next year and the decisions made around the Manchester City game seemed to clarify that and a number of others who could go.
When you read about an Arsenal centreback saying the team are ready to 'explode,' you should probably check what he means.
Arsenal host Manchester City on Sunday, a difficult end to an otherwise vaguely encouraging week for Freddie Ljungberg's side.