Arsenal’s fate was directed by David Luiz with a disastrous performance, City had no problems with a bad Arsenal. In the 24th minute, the Brazilian replaced the injured compatriot Pablo Mario in order to solve the match with his moves in the interval from the 45th to the 49th minute.
In the 49th minute, he knocked down Riyad Mahrez in the penalty area, caused a penalty and earned a red card and in the referee’s compensation of the first half, with an incredible reaction, he pushed Sterling into a clear chance, who knocked the ball into the goal for 1: 0. The penalty was routinely scored by Kevin de Bruyne, and the final 3-0 was set by Gabriel Jesus in the referee’s compensation.
David Luiz is the player with the reddest cards, the most fouls, and the most errors that directly resulted in a goal for the opponent, with this game he has set three infamous records in this Premiership season.
Manchester City, 3
Ederson; Walker, Eric Garcia, Laporte (Fernandinho, 69 ‘), Mendy; Gündogan, David Silva (Bernardo Silva, 64 ‘), De Bruyne (Rodri, 69’); Sterling, Mahrez (Foden, 64 ‘), Gabriel Jesus (Agüero, 79’)
Coach: Pep Guardiola
Log; Bellerín, Pablo Marí (David Luiz, 23 ‘), Mustafi, Tierney; Xhaka (Ceballos, 7 ‘), Guendouzi (Maitland-Niles, 67’); Nketiah (Lacazette, 67 ‘), Saka, Willock (Nelson, 67’), Aubameyang
Coach: Mikel Arteta
Goals: 1-0, Sterling (45 ‘), 2-0, De Bruyne (50’), 3-0, Foden (91 ‘)
Referee: Anthony Taylor. He admonished Tierney (75 ‘), Rodri (79’). Expelled David Luiz (49 ‘)