Man City captain believes Gunners are better than they’re given credit for.
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany believes Arsenal have already shown that they have improved on where they were last season after their 2-2 draw at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday afternoon, Inside Futbol reports.
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Kompany saw his side take a 1-0 lead against the Gunners thanks to a first half goal from Sergio Ageuro. However, a tremendous second half fightback saw Arsenal turn the tables, only for Eden Dzeko to restore parity late on.
The Citizens then hit the post twice as they went in search of a winner, leaving Kompany reasonably pleased, but believing Arsenal have certainly improved.
“It is was an enjoyable game to play in and there were good performances all over the pitch. In these types of games, you have to be happy it doesn’t go against you,” he said.
“We will see where we will struggle and I see it all as a positive season. Arsenal are stronger than last year, and there are no easy ways to trophies.”
Arsenal will now meet German giants Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League this week, while City take on Bayern Munich.
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