Pep Guardiola Reveals Why Arsenal Are Better Than Man City

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola believes that without a doubt Arsenal are better than Man City at this moment as the Premier League title race became interesting after a 1-1 draw with Liverpool on Sunday.

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The Gunners moved to the top of the table after none of Pep Guardiola’s side and Jurgen Klopp’s men could get the three points at Anfield during another entertaining match between the two.

John Stones put his side in a winning position in the first half after he brilliantly converted Kevin De Bruyne’s corner-kick. The Cityzens, however, could prevent their host from scoring in the second half as Mac Allister found the back of the net from the spot kick.

The result gave Arsenal an edge over the two clubs. Mikel Arteta’s side are levelled on point with Jurgen Klopp’s team and sit at the top on goal difference. Manchester City on the other hand are in the third position with a point behind them.

In the last few matches, Arsenal have scored a load of goals compared to the Cityzens who struggled to win matches. Therefore, according to Pep Guardiola, Arsenal are better than Man City at this moment.

“We need 98 minutes to win games, Arsenal need 25 minutes to go 3-0,” Guardiola said while speaking about the title challenge during his post-match conference after the Liverpool game.

Manchester City will welcome Arsenal to Etihad Stadium by the month end, and Pep Guardiola will hope to guide his side to a victory to keep the hope of winning the title alive.

The Gunners are in search of their first-ever Premier League title in 20 years while Manchester City are hoping to win the league once again to become the first team in the league to win four league titles consecutively.

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