Arsenal vs Manchester City 0-1 Highlights
84' [0-1] Sergio Agüero
Manchester City travels to Emirates Stadium in London for a Carling Cup match against Arsenal on 29th November 2011 8:00 PM GMT. Surely, both managers Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger and Man City’s Roberto Mancini will have tough choices to make after disappointing results at the weekend.
Arsenal won only one, lost two and drew two during the last five head-to-head matches with Manchester City. At the CCUP clash in December 2009, the Citizens scored three goals over the Gunners and in January 2011 for the English Premiere League game, both teams scored no goal with the result: Arsenal 0-0 Manchester City.
Arsenal vs. Manchester City 2011 Highlights: The Carling Cup match kicks off at Emirates Stadium in London on 29th November 2011
Manchester City have taken an average of 2.66 points per game against opponents in the top half of the Premier League table compared to Arsenal's 1.16. In the last five matches, Arsenal FC performed quite well when winning three out of five, losing none and drawing two against Olympique de Marseille and recently Fulham. Meanwhile, Manchester City won three, lost one in a very disappointing game against Napoli and drew one in the recent clash against Liverpool with the final score: Liverpool 1-1 Manchester City.
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Arsenal vs Manchester City Carling Cup 29 November 2011 Highlights