Manchester City’s failure to beat Arsenal in their 32nd game only give Manchester United a decent chance at winning this season’s English Premier League football league. Already Manchester United have 79 points from playing only 32 games and have kept Arsenal and Manchester City trailing by 18 and 8 points respectively. Of course, Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure to Spain from England has done not much harm to the team which continues to play their home games at Old Trafford Stadium.
The match between Arsenal and Manchester City did not go well for the away side when Arteta scored for the former 3 minutes before stoppage time arrived. A fateful event then followed when Mario Balotelli received a red card for performing an unneeded activity on the field during the 90th minute.
Incredibly, the Red Devils on the other hand had a successful home match when they thumped Queens Park Rangers by 2 goals. Both pro soccer stars Wayne Rooney and aging Paul Scholes registered their names on the scoring sheet in that encounter.
Now, it does not appear that Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini will be able to guide his team to win the 2011/2012 Barclays Premier League cup. Most United fans can sense that their team will probably prevent Arsenal and Manchester City from staying on top of the EPL league table in the upcoming weeks.
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