Manchester United slip further back in title race after Arsenal stalemate

Tanya Simon
January 31, 2021

After a disappointing first half, Arsenal came out strongly following the interval and Willian had a good chance in the 49th minute which was well blocked by Aaron Wan-Bissaka. "He played 23s against Liverpool, he needed match fitness he's been working really hard and we don't have any other players that we think will be going, we need a strong squad it's a relentless season and we go again on Tuesday".

The best two chances for United fell to Uruguayan forward Edinson Cavani but he was wide of the target both occasions.

"At times we were too slow".

Kyle Bartley levelled for the Baggies two minutes into the second half before new signing Mbaye Diagne teed up Matheus Pereira to turn the game around.

It feels nearly like pre-Covid times with no fewer than six Premier League games on the cards today, including three "traditional" 3pm GMT kick-offs.

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'Definitely that's something I want my forwards to sort out.

Gabriel Jesus scored the only goal inside the first 10 minutes at the Etihad as City extended their winning run to 12 games in all competitions.

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United set a new club record of 18 away games unbeaten in the league while Arsenal, eighth on 31 points, have not lost since December 19.

'That's a great achievement by these players and the group, ' he added.

So, just to be clear, it's only Premier League games we're interested in, so forget about the FA Cup, League Cup and Champions League.

Arsenal were without the injured Bukayo Saka and Kieran Tierney and had key striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang missing due to COVID protocols.

And Keane was in disbelief at their lack of belief that United could go and in win the game against a weakened Arsenal side.

The former Spurs star said on talkSPORT: "I love Jose to bits but I couldn't help thinking".

'The fact we had three of our best players out probably had an impact but I was really happy with the players that played today'.

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