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Premier League leaders Manchester City returned the style with a 3-1 victory over Manchester United in their crash defeat on Sunday, leaving the unbeaten side of Pep Guardiola two points away from Liverpool.

David Silva threw City in front of the 12th minute after a cross of Raheem Sterling from the left who turned behind the goal by Bernardo Silva and the Spaniard took his time before he blew up at home.

The city doubled the lead in the third minute after the time – Aguero scored a goal and played a smart exchange with Riyad Mahrez, before defeating the ball, from a narrow angle, beyond David de Gea.

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The manager of United Jose Mourinho brought Romelu Lukaku to Jesse Lingard in the 57th minute and in a few seconds the Belgian ahead helped his team back in the game.

Lukaku was captured in the area by City Guardian Ederson and French leading Anthony Martial with a tough shifting.

But four minutes from the end City secured the victory, 10th in 12 races this season, when the striker Bernardo Silva got the substitute Ilkay Gundogan in the area and the German made no mistake as he made it 3-1. United's eighth place is now 12 points behind City.

Arsenal is set for a draw

Henrikh Mkhitaryan has secured that Arsenal's unbeaten run in all races will be extended beyond three months by scoring a 86th minute equalizer in a 1-1 draw with Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League on Sunday.

The Left Left of the substitute from the left went over all in the box and reached the far corner of the net, rejecting the Wolves which would be the biggest win of their first season back to the top of flight since 2012. They have already designed Manchester City at home and Manchester United away.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan from Arsenal receives instructions from director Unai Emery.
(Reuters Action Images)

Ivan Cavaleiro's 13th thin strike put Wolves ahead, taking advantage of Granit Xhaka's mistake, leaving Arsenal to face its first loss in every competition since the season began with a mild defeat with City and Chelsea in the Premier League August.

After playing bad in the first half, Arsenal scored the pressure after halftime and should have been equal when Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was probably presented near the right cross of Hector Bellerin. Aubameyang did not get the right connection and broke his attempt from the outside of the post.

Mkhitaryan took the final equalizer that left Arsenal in fifth place, eight points rushed by the city's leader and three points out of the top four. His unbeaten run in all races was extended to 16 races that began at the international two-week break.

First Published: Nov 12, 2018 00:18 IST


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