Nothing for Guardiola or Arteta, no goals for Man City or Arsenal as it ends 0-0

Manchester City and Arsenal can't break each other down in a goalless draw.

By Emmanuel Mendez

Arsenal and Manchester City battle in a 0-0 draw at the Etihad Stadium.
Arsenal and Manchester City battle in a 0-0 draw at the Etihad Stadium.
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Manchester City and Arsenal drew 0-0 at the Etihad Stadium in the Premier League. This draw does not benefit either team in the title race, as Liverpool remains first in the table with 67 points. Arsenal is second with 65 points, while Man City stays third with 64 points. Liverpool fans celebrate this draw as they are now two points clear of Arsenal and three points off Man City. The title is now decided in Liverpool's hands as they're winning all their remaining games, which awards them the Premier League.

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Manchester City dominated the possession of the ball as usual in their stadium, and they had an early free kick just outside of Arsenal's box. Arsenal defended Erling Haaland well in the first half as the striker took few touches of the ball. The two sides were cautious when creating chances, but Man City received bad news in the 25th minute. Nathan Ake had to be switched out of the game due to an injury. Ake limped off the pitch as Rico Lewis replaced him. Arsenal's first biggest chance of the game arrived in the 31st minute as the former Man City striker Gabriel Jesus took a shot in the box, but his shot went wide. Man City tried to create some clear chances, but the team struggled against the defensive Arsenal.

In the second half, there were clearer chances for both sides. In the 47th minute, Kovacic gets close to the opener as he curls a shot from range, but it goes wide. Arsenal threatened on the counter as Saka played in the box and made a pass in the center of the box, but Jesus couldn't push the ball into the net. Manchester City and Arsenal continued to be cautious throughout the game, which led to errors from both sides.

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Leandro Trossard almost wins it for Arsenal while Man City struggle to find a shot on target

In the 86th minute, Trossard receives the ball and starts dribbling to the Man City box. The Belgian had options to pass but instead took a shot from a tight angle and was saved. Man City kept crossing late in the game to find Haaland in the box but Arsenal's defense was strong to keep them quiet.

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