Arsenal 2-0 Man City, a sign of things to come?

Cesc Fabregas and Adebayor returned triumphantly against Man City, Cesc set Adebayor up for both his goals – and it showed how much we have missed his incisive passing.

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The 4-2-3-1 formation really plays to our strengths and allows all of our more attacking midfield players to get forward – yesterday Arshavin, Walcott and Fabregas were all over Man City, whilst Song and and Denilson provide cover.

Another clean sheet was a good step in the right direction – Almunia made some good saves, and the defence looks a lot more alert compared to earlier this season!

The only thing that could worry me is that all of our victories have come against lower teams – but that is good, as these are the teams we dropped points against at the beginning of the season, and we know we can beat the other top 3.

This means that the team has started to raise their game against smaller teams and understand the value of every game. A few months ago we sometimes played like we had won the match before it began – and that cost us points!

So a great result, and with our captain back from injury things are looking up!

5 thoughts on “Arsenal 2-0 Man City, a sign of things to come?

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  2. Arsenal doing away with is great news, it’s good to have fabregas and adebayor back on form to relieve v.p of his work load. If only we could just offload bentner and buy someone more creative…like villa or someone who has shoot-power or accuracy….

    time to get it right and whoop man.u, chelsea and lvp

    I love arsenal. 4life. even after the resurrection of the saints

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