ARSENAL 2-2 MANCHESTER CITY: THEO WALCOTT AND SHKODRAN MUSTAFI HELPS GUNNERS GET A POINT AFTER COMIN
Leroy Sane scored the opening goal for Man-City inside five minutes, rounding David Ospina to slot home
Man-City forward Sane spreads his arms wide in celebration after netting his fourth league goal - and eighth in all competitions
Arsene Wenger admitted Arsenal face a difficult scrap to break back into the top four after coming from behind to earn a point against Manchester City.
Arsenal surporters came to blows inside and outside the Emirates, while hundreds of fans gathered prior to kick-off to protest against what appears to be manager Arsene Wenger ’s intention to sign a new deal rather than leave this summer when his current one expires.
But Wenger told reporters during interview and that said: “I am not aware of what happens outside. What is important in football is on the pitch and inside the stadium. And the fans were outstanding today.
“We are in a tough battle for the top four.
"I am professional and I have shown great loyalty in the past. I love this club.
Arsenal centre back Mustafi looks happy to have drawn his side back level as he runs towards the home fans
Manchester City's striker Aguero sprints as he celebrates after making it 2-1 to the visitors at the Emirates Stadium
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My opinion: Arsene Wenger will not be forced to resign he will do it when there's no where for him to turn to.