Manchester City’s quest for the Premier League title continued with a draw against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium. The draw allowed City another chance to make up the points gap, with Carlos Alcaraz netting in the first minute before Theo Walcott scored against his former club, with Gabriel Martinelli bringing it back to 2-1. Despite Duje Caleta-Car’s effort that looked to have earned all three points for Ruben Selles’ side, late goals from Martin Odegaard and Bukayo Saka allowed Arsenal to secure a point.
Arsenal have a five-point lead over City having played two games more, with the sides set to square off in a crucial encounter on Wednesday. Erling Haaland, who has been linked with a move to City, posted a few pictures of himself training with the team shortly after full-time, indicating his interest in the game.
City have an FA Cup semi-final to deal with first on Sunday, before they take on Sheffield United on Saturday as they continue their treble bid. With draws against Liverpool, West Ham, and now Southampton, Manchester City are still in the running for the Premier League title and will be looking to secure a crucial win against Arsenal in the coming week.