I'll comment on our match first and we looked the same Arsenal from 2009: just flat and dull. Last season, we didn't look this flat. Cazorla was 10x better than all of our other players, but Gervinho was also very good. Podolski didn't even get to touch the ball and missed a goal that vP would have scored. Giroud didn't look all that much. Why the heck did Wenger persist with Walcott? He was terrible. And, why the heck did he bring Ramsey on? Also, why didn't he just go with a 4-4-2 with both Poldi and Giroud in the final stages? Damn...
This type of playing won't get us top-4; let alone challenging.
On the Chelsea game, one word: boring.
On City's game, one word: amazing. I hope Kun isn't out for long. That'd suck.
Tevez was first-class. Nasri was immense and it's his best performance in a City shirt; MOTM for me.
On United, better hope they drop points.
Looks like it could be some really bad news for City and Aguero, that may be what swings the title race. That being said Tevez is a more than adequate striker and could probably carry the load by himself.
Also, thought I'd share some facebook idiocy with you all. Here's a comment from a lad I went to school with, he's a United fan and it came a few minutes after City scored their 3rd and pulled the game around...
"joe hart injured for country! but now e fit al ov a sudden! wat a joke"
I love how his resentment for City has built to the level where even things that don't make sense become reasons to take shots at them. I wonder if he realises England won that game without him.
Well, Tevez is world class and he has carried City before, so it's not a big deal for him. But City will miss Kun badly at some point. Knowing them, they'd just go and buy Cavani or Higuain.