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Manchester City and Arsenal handed Liverpool a significant advantage in the Premier League title race with their underwhelming goalless draw at Etihad Stadium.

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Now atop the table, Liverpool sits two points clear of Arsenal following their comeback victory against Brighton at Anfield. Their joy was compounded by the stalemate between their closest rivals.

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The match failed to live up to its billing as a potential thriller, as Arsenal’s defensive approach nullified City’s attacking prowess. Nathan Ake had an early chance saved, while Gabriel Jesus posed intermittent threats.

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Arsenal’s Mikel Arteta will be content with the outcome, contrasting with Pep Guardiola’s disappointment. City struggled to find their usual rhythm against Arsenal’s organized defense and were frustrated by referee Anthony Taylor’s leniency towards the visitors’ physical play.

Despite dominating possession in the second half, City failed to create clear chances, leaving Guardiola frustrated. They now face Aston Villa with the realization that any further slip-ups could be costly in the tightly contested title race.

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