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Manchester City 0 Arsenal 3

As I pointed out on Friday`s arsecast (ahem, shameless plug), I always had a strong predilection that Arsenal were going to win on Sunday. I think too many have merely been blinded by the figures City have spent without actually looking at what it`s bought them. This is not to write City off as a bad team, they`re obviously not and they have some very talented players. The truth is however, they don`t have that many players in their squad I would take over and above what we have. So it was with a foreboding sense of positivity that we left a London enveloped in a chilly, watery autumn sunshine. We were greeted at Eastlands by a larger than normal police presence, presumably a precautionary measure given the proclivity of over zealous celebrations and over exuberant reactions to those incendiary taunts. In the end, it looked like they under resourced the home end, which was far more worthy of police scrutiny at points during the match.

The match took on a lively start which I hadn`t expected, I felt City would try to take the tempo out of the game, but it was they that injected it in the opening minutes. Milner played a ball down the right which Tevez raced onto, Djourou naively committed with a sliding tackle which he missed, allowing Tevez to skip through unchecked, he pulled a cross to David Silva, whose close range flick was brilliantly held by Fabianski. Once again Arsenal were caught in the same channel with Clichy too far upfield when Yaya Toure burst down the right, Djourou was left with a difficult choice whether to stick or twist. He ended up doing neither, but Sagna was on hand to make a last ditch clearance from Toure`s low cross. But in their own imitable way, Arsenal adjusted to the pace quickly and caught City sleeping when Fabregas was given time and space between City`s errant midfield and defence, he picked out a defence carving pass to Chamakh who was tripped en route to goal by Boyata. A textbook professional foul and Clattenburg was left with little recourse but to produce the red card. City were going to have to play for some 85 minutes with ten men against a team that can keep the ball for fun.

City fans somehow formulated a sense of faux injustice around the red card and the game became niggly thereafter, with a series of bookings for Arsenal players. Whilst the Gunners were naïve to be drawn into silly fouls in the centre circle, but City, who shifted the make up of their back four three times before half time, had a game plan to even up the numbers with the likes of Silva and Tevez looking to exaggerate the contact of every foul and Clattenburg duly produced the yellow cards the crowd bayed for. Though Arsenal began to exert control over the game, a defensive mishap nearly cost them dear when Djourou hammered his clearance against Squillaci and the ball fell invitingly for Tevez on the edge of the box, but he meekly toe poked his effort straight at Fabianski. But the Gunners were tightening their grip, with Fabregas pulling the strings in midfield, seldom wasting a pass. It was he who switched the ball to Sagna on the right, he swung in a good cross (but you`re still sticking with that line that he can`t cross, right?) and Johan Djourou headed over when he really ought to have hit the target.

But Arsenal did not continue their wasteful habits in front of goal for long. Nasri, who was involved and busy all afternoon, sent a probing ball into Arshavin in the area. City had minutes earlier, shifted their defensive unit around yet again with Yaya Toure at left back, and he and James Milner stood and watched as Nasri moved into the area, Arshavin duly delivered a neat touch in the Frenchman`s direction and Nasri drew Hart out before lifting the ball over the prone keeper and into the net. His seventh goal in seven games. His omission from the French World Cup shambles has worked out very well for Arsenal. Though the away side were in control, defensive mistakes still looked to be on the horizon. Milner played Micah Richards in behind Clichy, Richards cut in, taking out Djourou and Squillaci as he did, but fortunately screwed his shot wide on his left foot when he ought to have scored. It was a stern reminder of the need to remain solid despite our advantage. I think the warning was heeded by the team after that. But they were gift wrapped a golden opportunity to finish the game five minutes before half time.

Sagna played a probing ball inside from the right to Fabregas in the area, he tapped the ball past the lunging tackle of Kompany and Arsenal had a penalty. Nasri showed willing to step up but Fabregas pulled rank. He stepped up and hit a firm penalty to the keeper`s left, but Hart sprang to save it. It wasn`t the worst effort in the world and a good save by the keeper, but penalties generally need to be along the ground or into the roof of the net to beat a keeper who has guessed the right way. Cesc`s fell into the clichéd observation that "that was a nice height for the goalie." This was the only point of the afternoon that I really had a bad feeling about the outcome. That was the 3rd penalty we`ve missed away from home this season. Sure enough, the miss gave City a temporary lease of life and Vincent Kompany rose unmarked to head Silva`s corner over the bar. Half time was pretty welcome when it came, the penalty miss had given City a boost and the crowd were baying for a red card. With four Arsenal players on bookings, it wasn`t hard to see the Gunners surrendering their one man advantage. I`ve since read reels of complaint from City fans around Arsenal`s alleged bad conduct in the game, which is quite extraordinary. I guess I would just like England to make its mind up. When we`re habitually kicked, we`re told to man up and stop whingeing. When we stand up for ourselves we`re called dirty and cynical. Seriously, make your minds up one way or the other and let`s stop this collective amnesia shall we?

City brought on Wayne Bridge at half time, meaning yet another shift in the defensive line up for City. That, coupled with an injury to Carlos Tevez disrupted City`s rhythm one too many times and they looked somewhat lost in the lack of a contingency plan. Arsenal meanwhile, were more cautious with the tackles and looked to keep possession. They ought to have extended their lead when Chamakh outmuscled Boateng and pulled the ball back for Nasri; Nasri touched it back to Fabregas who tamely shot at the keeper from close range. City did flicker briefly with the only player that looked likely to create a goal for them, David Silva raced down the right hand side past Sagna and sent a shot arrowing towards the far corner, but Fabianski turned it aside with an outstanding reflex stop. But the Gunners deservedly put the seal on the result with twenty two minutes left. Nasri and Fabregas combined on the right to try and slip Chamakh into space, Wayne Bridge got his toe to the ball to intercept, but it fell invitingly to Alex Song who gleefully prodded the ball into the top corner. Arsenal`s celebration was punctuated by literati of objects thrown from the City end at the cavorting Arsenal players. A practise that continued throughout the game whenever the away side had a corner betwixt the South Stand and Colin Bell Stands. Given the willingness of Adebayor and the City supporters to paint the travelling Arsenal fans as hooligans last season, I thought it only fair to mention that, as well as the stones that pelted our coaches as they were whisked away from the stadium.

The goal well and truly sucked the life out of City. The man deficit ad drained their legs and rendered them impotent as an attacking force, as Silva and Milner were forced to sit deeper than desired and left Adebayor isolated as a result. The Gunners launched a quick fire break which almost amounted to a goal, Nasri found Denilson on the edge of the box, he poked the ball wide to Rosicky, who was in space with the defence stretched, but Rosicky tried another pass to Denilson when he should have shot and Richards just toe ended the ball out to safety. With two minutes remaining though, Arsenal did add a layer of sheen to the score line. Clichy cleared the ball down the line. It looked as though it was destined to go out but Nasri refused to give it up, just keeping the ball in, before slipping the ball into the channel for Bendtner, who was free to make a beeline for goal. Hart advanced but Bendtner clipped the ball over the ailing England keeper. The City fans eloped to the exits in their thousands, the sound of "you`re just a sh*t club with money" ringing in their ears. Previously cordial relations appear to have soured between the two clubs in the wake of last season`s nonsense. There was time for further goalmouth incident, Fabianski making a point blank save from an Adebayor header, even though Adebayor was familiarly offside. Fabianski then acrobatically tipped over Boateng`s left foot drive. It`s hard to see how we can take him out of the nets now; Fabianski appears to have turned supporter opinion. It was against the same opponents at the Grove in April that his every touch was sarcastically jeered by the home fans. (These will be the same people that will now fete him as an ironic hero- see Eboue, Emmanuel).

Arsenal could have themselves added a fourth with another swift break, Walcott shifting the ball to Sagna on the right and he drilled his shot narrowly wide of the far post. The final whistle was greeted with high fives of congratulation in the South Stand as we set off home with smiles plastered across our faces. The result was well deserved; Arsenal played in a controlled way, dominated the game and used their technical ability in possession to weary their opponents. City were ultimately undone by a mixture of having to play a man down against a team so cute in possession as much as a lack of a contingency plan for losing a man. It was a pleasing and controlled team performance. I don`t think you can underestimate the importance of having Denilson`s qualities reinstated in midfield (given a choice between the two, I would still play him ahead of Song). Samir Nasri and Lukasz Fabianski can be very pleased with their afternoon`s work, as can Bacary Sagna. But for me, Fabregas dominated this game, both on and off the ball. A cautionary voice to his team mates, a clenched fist when they needed it and I struggle to think of a single pass he made that wasn`t absolutely the right one perfectly delivered. He dictated the tempo of the game and I am still of the belief that we are so accustomed to seeing him do it that we take it for granted. All of a sudden the picture looks rosier again, though I still don`t buy that we`ve beaten a title rival, not yet. I think City are still a splurge or two away from that, but they will be in the top 4 shake up again for sure.LD.

21.FABIANSKI, 3.SAGNA, 18.SQUILLACI, 22.CLICHY, 17.SONG, 15.DENILSON, 4.FABREGAS c (14.Walcott `82), 8.NASRI, 23.ARSHAVIN (7.Rosicky `72), 29.CHAMAKH (52.Bendtner `72). Unused: 6.Koscielny, 27.Eboue, 28.Gibbs, 53.Szczesny.





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Writer: Tim Stillman Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday October 25 2010

Time: 3:32PM

Your Comments

See some of those quick passing/shooting moves from city in our box? Fabianski has no problem with those it seems, must see them everyday...lets hope bender and chamakh give him some crosses and long balls to deal with in training this year to help round him out
bootoo
Quite a bit of trouble outside the ground after the final whistle. We got caught up in a group of arsenal fans who got circled by a load of angry city fans. A few of them weighed in with punches from behind and the side. I slipped out unscathed so dont know if anyone was hurt, but they def have become worse losers now that they are a so called bigger club. I thought Nasri was my man of the match, but maybe its more to do with the fact you can subconciously take for granted that Fabregas will run most games. We also have played 5 of our more difficult away fixtures, although no away game can be considered easy nowadays.
paul_ownz
For away games Denilson and Song must be the number one combination. For the home games, maybe Diaby or Wilshere. Denny is so solid in posession and intercepts better than almost everyone else in Arsenal's squad, yet is still derided by 50% of the crowd, similarly to how Gilberto was treated until he dragged us kicking and screaming thorugh his last full campaign when he was captain.
LondonGooner
Terrific performance; every single one of them had a cracking game; Djourou did have a shaky start but I thought he recovered well. I don't care how many men City had, to go there and put 3 past them is a job very well done. Fabianski MUST remain number one for the remainder of the season now. I've been far from his biggest fan, but I fear Wenger will do 'a Manninger' and, to coin one of his own phrases, 'kill' him by replacing him with the player who wears the number one jersey. Although this is somewhat different, then we had Seaman and now we have Almunia, who with respect is not in the same league as Spunky. So yes, please keep Fabs between the sticks! Clichy was far more solid than we've seen in recent times, although that may be a consequence of Arshavin shockingly tracking back and making a challenge. Whilst Song's tendency to go forward can be infuriating, it's not a problem when we have Denilson sitting, who had as good a game as I can remember in his Arsenal career. But Song also deserves credit, when needed, he was disciplined and formed a strong defensive wall, often filling in as a fullback when Clichy went bombing forward, an art I feel he doesn't get enough credit for. Of course Cesc just makes such a difference. He can produce magic in an instance and just increases the tempo, and the confidence, of the entire team. He's just an incredible footballer. But Nasri must be MOTM. His goalscoring record so far is terrific, but, as Wenger says, he generally seems more efficient in the final third. His delivery from set pieces is pretty good (for Arsenal's standards, anyway), we all knew he could dribble and turn but he seems to be stronger physically and is working harder. I have no doubt that Arshavin, for example, wouldn't have bothered keeping the ball in play for the third goal. I was a bit apprehensive about playing him out wide, but if anything, he seems even more effective there than in the middle, which is terrific now we have Cesc back. The fact that we could bring on Rosicky, Bendtner and Walcott shows that our squad doesn't get enough credit as it should. I'd argue only Chelsea can say they have more strength in depth. Plus we have Wilshere, Ramsey, and hopefully before April, RvP to return. With a nice set of fixtures coming up we need to go on a run, pull clear of City and United (who will get stronger, don't worry about that) and close the gap on Chelsea. Exciting times indeed.
super_gooner
As LD said, we were much more cautious with challenges in the second half. I predicted at half time that we'd get a red before the end of the match. But, to their credit, Song and Denilson pulled out of quite a few challenges that they perhaps could have won, but decided to not risk a second yellow instead. Which was the right thing to do with a lead and a man advantage.
TPowell
did i miss any news on diaby? was he carrying a knock, being rested or just didn't make the squad?
Arsene_Wonder
I was impressed how focused Cesc seemed to be on the Carling Cup game on Wednesday. I think the players have made a collective decision to go for it this year. Looking forward to seeing Woj in goal too.
Chipo
Midfield was the key with all 3 releasing quick passes and stretching the play which tired city. Really hope Fabianski has turned a corner, the saves he made yesterday were genuine world class. City played as well as they were allowed to but Milner and Barry? £40m? Best Englishman at either club is the freebie 18 year old who was suspended.
Iceman10
Very few gave Arsenal a chance before this game and a few gooners would have taken a draw from this fixture; so, I consider this a good win against a title contender, which City is, considering the players they have amassed. Trouble with them is there are too many players who feel they, really, should be starting which doesn't augur well for team spirit. Now, I don't care that they were 10 men (red cards are still part of the game and I have seen teams win or hold out for a draw with even 9 men), City was at home, spent all that money and were tipped to win by most pundits, except the most calculating gooners.

A bit OT, super_gooner, I have said it before that a key to our season is the strength of the squad we parade this time around, which is the best amongst traditional top 4 teams, if everyone is fit. In contrast to your take, I'll put Man U above Chelsea for squad quality. Have you taken a look at Chelsea's sub list, lately? I have and can't find much quality, other than maybe one name at a time. How do you think Chelsea will fare with 3 key players out injured? When this has happened, they have always struggled. Now, that is the test of strength in depth.
Naijagunner
Good write-up and sad to hear the thuggery of the Man City fans, seems it has all got to their heads. The commentary on Sky by Martin Tyler and Andy Gray seemed skewed towards City, saying how brilliantly they were playing given they were down to 10 men, especially Tyler. It was so pleasurable though seeing the Arsenal masses go crazy when Song scored our second. Cesc commented on Twitter at around 7pm that our away fans were amazing and Chamakh has said the same on Twitter today. Well done lads!
Gooner_Vin
Sky will have their say, as usual, but City didn't get any point from the game. We have seen teams win games with 10 men before or grind out a draw; Arsenal played at Sunderland with 10 men, yet dominated much of the 2nd half only conceding a late goal. Chelsea have won with 10 men, at home, in recent memory so no one should underestimate the difficulty of playing against 10 men in soccer.

Plus Fabianski did well to earn us a first clean sheet away from home, making some match winning saves (didn't we always crave that) in the process; thumbs up to the lad.
Naijagunner
Good performance from Fabianski who made some really good saves, but lets not get carried away with calls to make him no.1 for the rest of the season. He's earned it for the moment, to be sure, and I'd like him to continue when Almunia is back. LD - when you talk about Sagna and his crossing, his crossing was *****e last season and he deserved every bit of criticism. He's improved that aspect of his game this season, no doubt abt it, and needs to be given credit. I just wonder why you feel the need to put it in that manner. Superb performance from the lads overall, esp from Nasri, Fab and Chamakh (he has a knack of drawing the foul from defenders). I've already expressed my doubts about Djourou's performance, so I hope he improves next game.
prits
All the money City have spent seems to have bought some of their supporters a sense of entitlement. They didn't have to play with 10 men. That they did was down to a bad choice and bad decisions can cost you. We played a pretty composed game throughout. We didn't sit back hoping to hit them on the counter we went after the win from the off. It was a victory for our positive approach to the game even if City did make it harder for themselves.
Amos.
prits, I still don't think he gets credit for pulling it round. We socred six goals from his crosses last season, he had more assists than any other full back last season. It's not a recent improvement, it's just one people haven't acknowledged.
Little Dutch
Amos, their sense of entitlement seems to be coupled with rabid self righteousness too nowadays.
Deltaforce
Can't some fellas just take a beating without causin a fuss. I'm really disappointed with the City fans. They kinda think they are unbeatable now. With their millions right? Winning games and winning trophies makes u a great team. I think they should take a cue from Real Madrid. Credit to the boys! They did great. Come on up You Gunners
gunnerwest
Deltaforce: 'their sense of entitlment seems to be coupled with rabid self righteousness too nowadays'. Such a shame then that the imperfections you despise in others are reflected in every expression on your face, and in every nuance, no doubt, of your voice. Isn't it?
Tony Rocky Horror
It wouldn't be a thread without the spuddie troll!!
TPowell
Just TRH following his obsession. The poor delicate little flower can't help himself. It's cruel really but you can't help but laugh at the mental torment that compels him to come here.
Amos.
It's not a mental torment Amos that compels the delicate little flower to come here but the fact that he started out supporting the wrong team and now see's the error of his way's but cant quite bring him self to say it out loud....
Armory
Fabianksi has improved, but i'm with Prits, lets not get carried away. Whether you think he is a good goalkeeper or not, the fact is, he was very dodgy for a period of time, and i'm still not 100% confident with him in goals. And as for Sagna's crossing LD, last season we had the lowest cross-completion rate (about 17%) out of any team, and i'm sure Sagna was a part (though Wallcott and Clichy would've been as equally guilty) I do consider his crossing an improvement this season, but either way you look at it, it's a posotive thing. I think Sagna had his best match of the season in this game. Nasri had a great game, i think he has always been this good, but he's really just starting to play like what he's capable of. I know Cesc get's over-looked because we're almost 'used to' his extreme contribution, but i was saying to my friend after the game, his presence alone on the pitch speaks utter volumes. Being my favourite player in the world right now, i keep a close eye on him every game (as i think most gunners do!) and he truly is an 'ultimate' player. Good game, and good win all around, i'm started to really dislike City and it was good to stick it to them. Tony Rocky Horror ...go ***** yourself.
FuiKaka
Sagna had Arshavin to cross to for the majority of last season. Added to the fact that bar Bendtner, almost all of our players loved lounging outside the box when our full-backs were in a position to cross - that 17% is no surprise.
sunaadh
OMG! we got a 5 foot 4 midget leading the freaking line for most of last season. Would you still be training your crossing skill ? No you dont .. you train other skill that would compliment your front man better.. Do we still have 5 foot 4 midget leading now? No? Do we have a good header up front now? Yes? Then yes, we do train crossing .. and it shows.
MrE._Man
Its ok Tony, we know you love the Arsenal. You wish your team had as much ability to thrill and satisfy but are stuck with a choice you made quite impromptu. The mental torture has unhinged you so please accept my sympathy.
Deltaforce
Interesting article: http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/football/arsene-wenger/article/1376/
bowiecokemirror
C'mon lads, it wasn't all the City fans who stirred it up during and after the game. There are plenty of us supporters who are feeling pretty let down by those sorts and I reckon our club isn't Robinson Crusoe when it comes to their type. The report above is a good one and like I said on the VMC report we will eventually learn to play as a team and it's too soon to expect this. A few of us also wonder why we bought this one or that one but eventually these players will be found out and moved on, I hope!! You deserved your win and I hope you all had a few beers to celebrate. Cheers lads and lasses from a blue downunder.
Oziman
Good post Ozman. As with most things, history is written by the winners.
shewore
What really encouraged me about the way we played on Sunday was the willingness of our midfield to compete for the ball. We also used it intelligently. It would be easy to say Diaby's absence coupled with Cesc's return made the difference, but there was certainly added steel to our core that meant De Jong and Barry weren't able to knock us out of our stride, as has happened in other games. I'm not even sure the loss of their player would have changed the result. Clearly Cesc adds a huge decision making dimension to our game. His defence splitting passes really open teams up.
Wyn Mills
I DID see Cesc get a pass or two wrong and with a missed penalty I would put him down the list for MOM. There was only one “fab” who deserved MOM and that was Fabianski (very closely followed by Nasri). He was superb and should keep Almunia as number two ‘keeper for a while at least. After the missed penalty I was having Sunderland flashbacks and was really frustrated at the cheap bookings that we picked up. Having been a man up, several bookings up, Tevez injured and awarded a penalty I feared that we would typically fail to capitalise on the advantage. So it was a sense of relief when Song scored and effectively ended the contest. Interestingly, had we got a creditable draw at Eastlands and Stamford Bodge we would be a point worse off right now. Great write up LD.
Sir Henry
"So it was a sense of relief when Song scored" Haha Sir Henry, i jumped around my room like a crazy person, i couldn't make any noise as my flat-mates were asleep (the kick of was 11pm in Australia) ...i must've looked like an awfully special kid.
FuiKaka
@ Mr.Eman - Having someone 5ft4" in the box does not excuse half your crosses not making it past the first defender. As for the training etc i wasn't saying WHY we were bad at crossing, simply stating that we WERE bad at crossing. And it wasn't even close to half the season we had Arsh up front, we had Bedtner for a good solid run as well as RVP for 11 or 12 games in total? Either way, a professional football in the premier league should be able to cross, and on a break-away if someone's 5ft4" all the more reason to practice your crossing because it may be the best option for a quick attack.
FuiKaka
On the crossing debate its notable that teams like United and Spurs adopt a strategy of loading the box on crosses, so that even if the cross isn't quite on the noggin of the target man there is the likelyhood it will drop to a sweeping player who can bang it into the goal. For all our undoubted comfort on the ball I'm not sure we take advantage of the momentary panic that always occurs when a ball is lofted into the opposition penalty box.
Wyn Mills
You can create the same sort of panic by lobbing a ball into the box from the halfway line. It depends on what you see as a cross. A long hopeful high ball from the wide areas isn't that much different from one from a central position. A pass delivered from a wide area to pick out someone in the box requires a little more precision but thats our playing style. We can be over concerned about crossing accuracy or the need to improve it. We don't really have a problem with our scoring rate. Improving our ability to stop others putting crosses or balls into our box would be a more rewarding focus.
Amos.
FuiKaka-- you must live in W.A like me I think??? You couldn't jump and yell, too bad... think of me sitting up watching from 11pm and seeing my team get a beating LOL I did have a couple or three beers though. Shewore, nice of you to post nice things. Cheers!
Oziman
Thanks for letting me know we were a poor 17% completion last season. Sagna crosses have improved significantly and I hope Glich and Theo will follow soon. Good crosses created score chances and if we established as a team with good crosses, we will be even more dangerous as our main weapon is give and go.
dyiu2000
Oziman - Yeah haha, i was pretty drunk too, i needed my nerves well calming for that game (though i was far from calm). I live in WA, Girrawheen, 20 mins north of perth.
FuiKaka
FuiKaka... good one mate I'm in Rockingham in the other direction. My mate is a great Arsenal fan so we have a good few laughs
Oziman
All Arsenal fans are great ;)
FuiKaka
can you help me desperate seeking recording of manchester city and arsenal full match on 24/10/10 as i missed it.
jaspone
 

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