Manchester City emerged victorious in their most anticipated clash against Arsenal at the Etihad Stadium.
Raheem Stirling made the difference between both sides in the first half as he captained for Pep Guardiola.
Manchester City were without the services of play marker Kevin de Bruyne who had sustained an injury and Fernandinho who was on bench in the evening.
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Youngester Phil Foden had his shot blocked before it was tapped home by the England man in the 23rd minute.
Arsenal missed a couple of chances as David Luiz and Pepe had their free kick attempts go wide. Saka had his one on one encounter with Ederson go wide after hitting his shoulder in the process.
The loss extended Gunners poor away results against fellow top six clubs and fifth failure to beat Pep Guardiola’s side in the league.
Argentine Sergio Aguero was in action after recovering from a knee injury and struggled to make an impact in turn. He escaped being cautioned as he placed his hand on the assistant referree.
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