Manchester City has won 3 points closer to Arsenal in the scoreboard of the Premier League after they won an exciting tie against Aston Villa with a 3-1 score on 12th February, Sunday. On the other hand, fans of the Premier League have been protesting inside Etihad Stadium after Monday’s announcement that specified that City has been accused of over 100 breaches in financial rules. Coach Pep Guardiola made sure to respond on the field by winning the match comfortably before half-time rather than indulging in any wordplay.
Fans Protest Against Premier League Statement
Post their statement against Man City, Premier League has been facing several reactions that are borderline violent and offensive. Leicester City won against Tottenham this game week with Arsenal having a 3-point lead on the Premier League scoreboard. Man City was desperate to win as many points as available to close this massive gap which they did within one month.
Moreover, Guardiola showed a graceful way of responding by winning back-to-back matches in the League, and the fans outside chanted offensive statements directed toward the City team bus. Spectators also booed prior to the match.
Consequences And Reactions In Premier League
Unai Emery collected wins over Tottenham and Manchester United but City was left behind. Villa also lost the paramount opportunity to score 20 seconds after Ollie Watkins slipped over by Leon Bailey and lost by a 3-0 score.
Guardiola gave a post-match statement that Erling Haaland was seated at halftime because they comfortably won the match and did not want to risk their star player. He further mentioned that Arsenal has one more game to lay their hands on the Premier League title. Till then they will patiently wait to see the table but they are elated with their results and team efforts.