Manchester City’s central defender admits that the win was incredible for them and that it was of great importance. Even though the Citizens defeated Arsenal 1-0, Kompany was unable to stop Robin Van Persie from scoring like he stated before the match, but the striker was signalled offside after he scored.
“It was massive for us, we didn’t underestimate the importance of this game and we’re happy with the result and to keep a clean sheet.
“We’ve been going for a lot of goals and could have scored many, but we didn’t finish the chances we had today, although individually we won most of our challenges.”
“We put pressure on ourselves. Manchester United are brilliant, but we knew we had a job to do this afternoon and that if we won we’re back where we want to be.”
With this win Manchester City are now clear favourites to win the title and will be remaining in the same strong position if not for a miracle. What do you think will happen?
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i think mirracle will surelly happen. Mark my words.
I don’t think they are in a strong position to win the tittle bcoz they ‘ve to play Arsenal away they ‘ve to play Liverpool, Man U, Chelsea and T’ham and if they can face injuries to the key players like D.Silva and Y. Toure that can be a problem.