MANCHESTER CITY outplayed Arsenal in their title clash to continue their dominant run over the Gunners.
A treble is very much on the cards for City following the 4-1 win at the Etihad.
They are also on course to win their fifth Premier League title in six years, with challengers Arsenal failing to land a glove on them in their clash.
City have now won their last 12 Prem meetings with Arsenal, scoring 33 goals in the process.
The Gunners last beat City in the league in December 2015 and have only scored five goals against Pep Guardiola’s side since.
In fact, Arsenal have won only two of their last 20 matches against City in all competitions.
Sun columnist Piers Morgan shared his disappointment with Arsenal’s “capitulation”.
At half-time, he tweeted: “This is making me sicker than Monday’s dodgy sushi.”
After City’s third, he added: “We’re just giving this away. The ball, the match, the Premier League. Embarrassing capitulation by Arsenal. So disappointing.”
Shortly after, the 58-year-old continued: “At least put up a bloody fight, Arsenal.
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“I don’t mind losing to a better team, which City clearly are, but I do mind losing so spinelessly.”
The match descended into chaos after the full-time whistle as Arsenal’s Ben White and his England team-mate Phil Foden had a fiery altercation.
Jack Grealish and Thomas Partey also tussled during the match and had to be separated by team-mates.