Three things Man City could learn from Arsenal
For those who are unaware, Manchester City impressively came from behind to overcome Arsenal during an exhilarating encounter at the Etihad Stadium last time out.
If ever there was a Premier League game that was a tale of two halves, this was it. During the first 45 minutes, City had been fully outwitted by Arsenal and the Gunners’ 1-0 lead at half-time was fully deserved.
But City’s remarkable turnaround began just two minutes after the break when Leroy Sane latched onto a through ball from David Silva to score and give City the opportunity to go on and win the contest.
Raheem Sterling’s strike 25 minutes later sealed a victory for City and gave Pep Guardiola a much-needed win over a potential title rival.
But what can City learn from Arsenal despite this success? Some of the Londoners’ approaches could be instilled in the North West rivals to make them an even better football club.
Here are THREE leaves City should take from the Gunners’ guidebook…