Raheem Sterling’s header at Arsenal extends Manchester City hot streak

Raheem Sterling’s header at Arsenal extends Manchester City hot streak

The Guardian

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In the end all it took was 77 seconds. Manchester City stretched their winning run in the Premier League to 13 games and maintained a 10-point lead at the top with a 1-0 win that looked, after Raheem Sterling’s early goal, like it might become a spree but which ended up a slow-burn affair against a resilient Arsenal.

Losing by a single goal against Manchester City: this counts as progress right now, and Arsenal were impressive after a somnolent start.

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