English Premier League: Manchester City thrashes Arsenal, Chelsea edges past Mourinho's United

Published: 06th November 2017 11:20 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th November 2017 11:40 AM  

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Manchester City's Sergio Aguero, left, shoots the ball during the English Premier League soccer match between Manchester City and Arsenal at Etihad stadium, Manchester, England. | AP
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Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez, left, and Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne, right, battle for the ball watched by Manchester City's Raheem Sterling, centre. De Bruyne lashed in a 19th-minute opener for City, before second-half goals by Sergio Aguero — from the penalty spot — and substitute Gabriel Jesus took the team's tally to 38 in 11 league games. | AP
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Manchester City's Raheem Sterling, left, and Arsenal's Sead Kolasinac battle for the ball. Arsenal recovered only once, thanks to substitute Alexandre Lacazette's strike through goalkeeper Ederson Moraes' legs. | AP
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Manchester City's Sergio Aguero, left, celebrates scoring his side's second goal of the game with teammate Leroy Sane. This victory came four days after City's 4-2 win over Napoli in the Champions League. They now head into the latest international break with its unbeaten start intact, and another major rival defeated. | AP
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Manchester City's Sergio Aguero scores his side's second goal of the game. Aguero received a blue boot trophy in an on-pitch presentation before the game after breaking the club's scoring record in midweek. By slotting home his penalty off the post, he moved onto 179 goals for the club since joining in 2011. | AP
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Chelsea's Alvaro Morata, centre, vies for the ball with Manchester United's Eric Bailly, left, and Manchester United's Antonio Valencia, right, during the English Premier League soccer match between Chelsea and Manchester United at Stamford Bridge stadium in London, Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017. Morata scored the game's only goal. | AP
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In need of a fast start to set the tone, Chelsea thought they'd taken the lead when Marcos Alonso's cross was turned into his own net by United defender Phil Jones, only for referee Anthony Taylor to disallow the goal for a push by Morata. | AP
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Chelsea's goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois makes a save against United. United should have been ahead themselves in the match when Ashley Young's cross exposed early fault lines in Conte's revamped defence, but the unmarked Marcus Rashford headed over from close range. | AP
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Chelsea's Tiemoue Bakayoko, left, Manchester United's Eric Bailly, right, and Manchester United's Ander Herrera challenge for the ball. Tiemoue Bakayoko was equally profligate at the other end, the Chelsea midfielder firing wide from Davide Zappacosta's cross. | AP
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Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini, left, and Chelsea's Antonio Ruediger challenge for the ball. Mourinho sent on Anthony Martial and Marouane Fellaini, yet there was little threat from United until Fellaini squandered their last chance, shooting straight at Courtois in the closing minutes. | AP
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