Arsenal remain in the hunt for the Treble but Manchester City showed they will take some beating
Manchester City will be deflated after the manner of their 2-2 draw with Chelsea on Sunday, conceding twice having led 2-0 at half-time, with the second of Chelsea’s goals coming in the final two minutes. But they remain top and very much in the hunt for the title. Nick Cushing said as much after the game and what will have pleased City’s manager is the way his side started against Chelsea. Their tempo was ferocious and did not relent until the final whistle. Nikita Parris was key to City’s approach with her high energy and persistent pressing of Chelsea’s defence, which in turn led to errors on the opposition’s part. Meanwhile, Tessa Wullaert capitalised on some lackadaisical play from the back by Chelsea while City’s second goal, scored by Georgia Stanway, was a thing of beauty. “Based on the team I’ve just watched they’re not going to drop points,” said Emma Hayes of City after Sunday’s game. It is hard to argue.
Source: Football News
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