Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola feels Arsenal shouldn’t be where they currently are on the League table and believes the Gunners are not getting the results they should be getting, based on their performances, since last Month.
Man City visits the Emirates on Sunday, after beating the North London side 1-0 in the reverse fixture, and would be looking to extend their winning streak even further, maintaining their lead in the Premier League table.
The Spanish Manager is wary of his former assistant’s side, speaking on how difficult it will be facing Arsenal, whose results doesn’t show their performance.
‘Over the last month or two they’ve play better than the opponent in every game,’ Guardiola said. ‘As a manager you want the results you deserve, sometimes it doesn’t happen.
‘But in the games, they are always better, controlling, creating chances and conceding few. We’ll need to play as good as possible with the ball and run a lot. They have exceptional build up, the quality and energy.’
Arsenal on the other hand would want to continue their momentum and win their second game on the bounce in the Premier League, putting an end to Man City dominance