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By Saj Chowdhury

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  1. That's a wrap

    That's all from us tonight.

    Plenty of reaction to come, and in the meantime you can follow Sports Personality of the Year right here.

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    Manchester City 2-1 Arsenal

    Man City won a Premier League game they were losing at half-time for the first time since November 2012 (vs Tottenham).

    Meanwhile, Arsenal have lost three games from leading positions this season, more than they did in the whole of 2015-16 (2).

  3. 'I'm still alive'

    Manchester City 2-1 Arsenal

    Earlier Manchester City's players took to the field wearing shirts bearing Ilkay Gundogan's name after he suffered a serious knee injury on Wednesday.

    Here's the German's reaction...

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  4. 'Simply a red card'

    Tottenham 2-1 Burnley


    Moussa Sissoko
    Image caption: Was Moussa Sissoko lucky to stay on?

    Burnely manager Sean Dyche: “It is very cruel. We were very good today. A lot has been made of our away form but first half we were excellent and in the second we were at least decent against a top side.

    “I don’t want go on about the referee but Moussa Sissoko has to go off and he sets up the second goal - obviously I am very disappointed about that.

    “They are a top-class side but we do need the rub of the green. My players' reaction to a clear sending off is he gets up. If he does 14 rolls then the ref is under pressure. It is a clear sending off in my opinion.

    “It was a blind challenge, a high challenge and simply a red card.

    “We are a work in progress. We have taken strides forward in the last couple of away games.”

  5. 'The result was fair'

    Tottenham 2-1 Burnley

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham full-back Danny Rose tells BBC Sport: "We started the game not to so well and Burnley deserved to go ahead. The manager told us to stay patient at half time and thankfully I finished off a good counter-attack.

    "The gaffer does not like us both being high up the pitch at the same time but we changed that tactic today. Kyle got his assist and I got the goal. The manager got his tactics spot on.

    "We were fully expecting a difficult game.If you don't match them for workrate, it will be a difficult afternoon. The result was fair."

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    Manchester City 2-1 Arsenal

    Phil McNulty is on Facebook Live now answering your questions on this match and the rest of the weekend's action. Get involved now.

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  7. 'The offside goals are difficult to accept'

    Manchester City 2-1 Arsenal


    Arsene Wenger

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger speaking to BBC Sport: "Of course I'm disappointed and frustrated.

    "We had a very good first half. We got caught cold. Today we conceded two offside goals. It's difficult to accept. I believe there's a lot going on [regarding 'bad' refereeing decisions]. It's hard going into a game like that and you get decisions go against you. They are professional and we are professional and have to stand up for our mistakes. 

    "The first goal gave them a lot of hope. After that we suffered for 20 to 25 minutes. On Tuesday [in the 2-1 defeat against Everton] we suffered on set-pieces. Today we were unfortunate. What can you do about the offside goals?

    "We were a bit jaded physically. We played four games from five away from home." 

  8. 'It was a very difficult game'

    Tottenham 2-1 Burnley

    Tottenham Hotspur


    Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino: "In the Premier League it is very hard to win games. Today we knew Burnley are a team that fights a lot, run a lot and every ball they are ready to challenge.

    "The team played in a very good way and we fully deserved the victory. I am pleased for that. It was a very difficult game.

    On Burnley’s goal which came through some poor Spurs defending, he said: 

    “It came from many unlucky actions. We gave the ball three times. It was a very strange goal. The most important thing is to always believe and fight to try and win the game."

    On his side’s goals from Dele Alli and Danny Rose:  

    “They were great goals. I am pleased for that because to get three points was very important for us. We are fighting very close to top four and that is important."

    And asked about Moussa Sissoko’s poor second half tackle:  

    “I didn’t see it. I don’t know if he touched him or not. The referee saw better than me."

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    Thegloam: Dear Mr. Wenger, even if bad decisions, the team must stand back up and fight on.They don't. And we fans have to live with that

    Storm Jarvis May: Not the best day for going ahead it seems. Every team that did so ended the day behind.

    Goonerama: Arsenal fans have the jerkiest knees in world football

  10. 'Arsenal were lucky in the first half'

    Manchester City 2-1 Arsenal

    Manchester City

    Man City boss Pep Guardiola talking to BBC Sport: "I didn’t say anything to them at half time. I told them not to think about the score, I told them to keep going. Arsenal were lucky in the first half. 

    "It was similar to the game against Chelsea - then we played well and lost and today we won. 

    "The guys give everything in every game. I'm happy to be City coach. In terms of spirit it's always there. 

    "We liked to play today but it's not easy because of high pressing from Arsenal and they defend compact. When we have some of our players back we will hopefully score more goals."

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    Nobody asked Arsene Wenger about the Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain substitution so I can't tell you if he was injured or not. 

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    Arsene Wenger also says 'enough is enough' when it comes to his side getting bad decisions given against them.

    'What can I do? I have to live with that,' he says. 

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    Manchester City 2-1 Arsenal

    Arsene Wenger says he is 'very frustrated' and says it is difficult to accept conceding 'two offside goals'. 

  14. 'I didn't see Sterling's shot'

    Manchester City 2-1 Arsenal


    Arsenal keeper Petr Cech on Sky Sports: "What changed was the early goal in the second half which gave them a lot of confidence. 

    "For the second goal I didn't see the shot and there were people running across - I don't know if it was David Silva or not - I didn't see the ball because there was someone in front."

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    Jawad Kayani: Two goals, both were offside! What Wenger can do there? Shameful refereeing

    Meer Shah: World class players like Sanchez and Ozil are useless unless you can utilise their full potential

    Dan Snelling: Only thing Wenger can blame officials for today is blowing for the 2nd half. 

  16. Hands on

    Manchester City 2-1 Arsenal

    It wasn't just the City players embraced by Pep Guardiola, who also got hold of former Barcelona forward Alexis Sanchez. 

    Alexis Sanchez and Pep Guardiola
    Alexis Sanchez and Pep Guardiola
  17. LIfe at the top


    Two defeats on the road in the north west have deflated Arsenal's balloon. Is losing at Everton and then Manchester City that damaging or surprising though?

    The Gunners are only two points off City with over half the season left. Though Chelsea are starting to look slightly distant...

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    Manchester City 2-1 Arsenal

  19. 'We dominated in the second half'

    Manchester City 2-1 Arsenal

    Manchester City

    Man City goalscorer Raheem Sterling on Sky Sports: "We dug in there, stayed in the game and we got the win in the end. It was very good to get on the scoresheet today. The most important thing was to get the win. I should have put the header away in the first half."

    Man City midfielder Yaya Toure: "We became more and more aggressive and we dominated in the second half. The tactics and desire was there after the break. Arsenal are very dangerous on the counter. The defence did very well today. We have a fantastic striker like Raheem."