Defending champions Manchester City host decisively conquered Arsenal 2-0 in the Premier League at the Emirates Stadium on Monday early morning. This is the City's first win at home to the Gunners in the last 38 years.
City gets help in the 10th minute when Arsenal lost Laurent Koscielny's red card due to a drop Edin Dzeko. This incident was also fruitful penalty for the Citizens.
But the execution is carried out Edin Dzeko hit the goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny and the ball then hit the post and bounced back into the hands of the Polish goalkeeper.
Even so, Arsenal fans excitement did not last long because the lapse of 10 minutes later goalkeeper Szczesny finally broken by James Milner with the use of bait Carlos Tevez following a free kick.
The Arsenal fans were very upset with the referee awarded a free kick and shouting "1-0 for the referee." But the jeers turned into a boomerang for then City managed to double their lead in the 32nd minute goal by Dzeko.
This goal came from a cross which struck Milner Tevez. Szczesny was able to block the kick players from Argentina, but the ball gag immediately struck Dzeko.
Since then Arsenal defense hardly ever threatening the City and Theo Walcott looked isolated up front.
City then lost defender Vincent Kompany's red card 15 minutes from time, but the situation is not much to change the situation of the game.
This victory established City at position 2 Large standings with 48 points, seven points behind Manchester United tops. Meanwhile, Arsenal stuck in sixth with 34 points.