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  1. Arsenal twice hit back to earn draw
  2. Mustafi heads in second Arsenal equaliser from Ozil corner
  3. Aguero steers City back in front within 2 mins of Walcott goal
  4. Walcott beats the offside flag to bundle home the leveller
  5. Sane sprints clear to round Ospina and put City in front
  6. Koscielny forced off with an injury at half-time - Gabriel on

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By Stephan Shemilt

All times stated are UK

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    Right, we're pretty much done here. Remember, there's a full set of Premier League fixtures in midweek, four games on Tuesday and six on Wednesday.

    We'll be across every kick.

    Bye for now.

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    The Real AP: The disrespect that Wenger has by the fans is unbelievable. Arsenal would be nothing without Wenger. 

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    Our man Phil McNulty has been at the Emirates this afternoon. You can see what he made of it all right here.

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    David Bates: Looks like St Totteringham's Day may be canned this year. Almost unheard of! 

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    It's all relative, Paul. I reckon some Stockport fans would happily swap with you.

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    SMS Message: Fed up with whinging Premier league fans!! Plymouth Argyle fans 5 years of relegations, no money and rubbish football - but we still kept behind the team and now look forward to promotion. How we wish we had had Wenger in charge and 16 years of Champions League football. from Paul
  7. 'We know it is not good enough'

    Arsenal 2-2 Manchester City


    Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck on Sky Sports: "We showed character but we have to look at how we conceded goals today.

    "At this point of the season we know it is not good enough. We want to be further up the league and we have dropped two more points.

    "Both teams want possession and have lots of attacking players, it was a good game for the neutrals. We wanted three points."

    Danny Welbeck
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    Dave Payn: 'The decision will be soon'. Two weeks ago 'The decision has been made'. I feel Wenger's indecision filters down to the players.

  9. 'It was a missed opportunity'

    Arsenal 2-2 Manchester City

    Manchester City

    Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho on Sky Sports: "We showed we came here to win the game. It was a missed opportunity.

    "We tried to push on and press high but Arsenal started to play long balls which made it difficult for us. 

    "The Premier League is still open, we have a tough game at Chelsea away and to be close to them we have to win that game."

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    Kartik Venkat: How about Wenger's Barca beating Arsenal (again!) in the last 16 of the CL 2 seasons from now? Would love to see that. 

  11. 'We were ready for a fight'

    Arsenal 2-2 Manchester City


    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger on Sky Sports: "We started very nervously. We had a refusal to lose the game, we were ready for a fight.

    "It was a strong performance on the mental front. Technically we can do better. 

    "The test was mental. We had to come back after half-time and we got a point after a time that has been so stressful for us."

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    Elixir Gautam: Arsene, announce you are leaving today. Players and fans will unite to support your legacy. If it doesn't we're going downward. 

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    Manchester City

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola on the penalty appeal late on:  "I know this referee because we have had him before but I don't want to discuss the penalty.

    On facing Chelsea on Wednesday:  "We play against a team who is stable in what they do. We don't have too much time to prepare but we go back to Manchester now and recover and then come back to London."

  14. 'They were better in the second half'

    Arsenal 2-2 Manchester City

    Manchester City

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola: "They were better in the second half, but it's OK, time to improve.

    "We didn't play in the first half, after the goal we forgot to play, the desire went. In the second half we played more. We suffered a lot in the first half because we did not make those passes together.  

    On playing Jesus Navas at right-back: "I want to congratulate Jesus Navas who was excellent against one of the best players in the world in Alexis Sanchez.

    "I played him because Bacary Sagna was injured and Pablo Zabaleta were not ready and Jesus always deserves the best because he is an excellent guy and I was so happy with him."

    Pep Guardiola
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    If Wenger does leave Arsenal, and keeps his promise to remain in management, how strange would it be to see him charge of another club? Would there be any circumstances where he would manage against Arsenal?

    It would be like when Queen reformed with Adam Lambert as frontman.

  16. 'Retirement a frightening prospect'

    Arsenal 2-2 Manchester City

    Ian Wright

    Former Arsenal striker on 606

    I cannot see the Arsene Wenger I know not being in football. 

    If he did retire, what would he do and that might be a frightening prospect for him. 

    It's like when a player retires - yes, you get to spend more time with the family and do things you have never been allowed to do like go skiing or things like that, but it can be a very scary place because your whole life was football. 

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    Weenson Oo:  Wenger's comment on retirement indicative of one fearing the prospect of retirement. Meantime, Arsenal suffers. 

  18. 'Tough battle for top four'

    Arsenal 2-2 Manchester City


    More from Arsene Wenger: "You could see that the players were down after it went to 2-1 but they gave everything to come back. The draw is the least we needed today. Psychologically it was important not to lose.

    "Koscielny has an Achilles injury, I don't know how long he will be out for. 

    "We are in a tough battle for the top four. I am professional and I have shown great loyalty in the past. I love this club, I don't know how long I will be here, I am clear in my head, that's the most important thing. The decision will be soon."

  19. 'I love this club'

    Arsenal 2-2 Manchester City


    Arsene Wenger

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger: "We were nervous and surprised by their start. I feared that we could start with the handbrake on because of the pressure we are under.

    "We were not completely at our best because of the pressure but we showed mental strength and did not lie down. Mathematically a draw is not the best solution for both teams but it is a point which will help us."