Manchester City dominated Arsenal and claimed all three points with a 3-0 victory at the Emirates on Sunday evening.
Kevin de Bruyne stole the show with an outstanding individual display, as Pep Guardiola claimed his 149th win in 200 games as City boss.
De Bruyne opened the scoring in the second minute with a fine side-foot finish, before the Belgian turned provider for Raheem Sterling to double the away side’s advantage.
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De Bruyne wrapped in a third with a sumptuous left foot finish from 20 yards, and almost had a hat-trick – only for Bernd
Leno to produce a wonderful full-length save, tipping his effort onto the post.
Leno denied Gabriel Jesus when the Brazilian raced clear in the second period, and also pulled off a late stop to deny
substitute Riyad Mahrez, when the Algerian fired goalwards from an acute angle.
Arsenal were also booed off at the break and there were swathes of empty seats in the closing minutes as fans headed for an