Arsenal vs Man City saw EPL champions record another massive victory at Emirates Stadium as Freddie Ljungberg's side continued their torrid run with another disgraceful outing on Sunday, December 15.
Man City suffered a shocking loss to Man United in their last EPL game but bounced back in North London courtesy of Kevin de Bruyne's solo effort which produced magic moment of the night.
The Belgian was on stellar form from the beginning of the game as he quickly changed the scoreline in the 2nd minute to give Blues a beautiful lead after converting Gabriel Jesus' assist.
De Bryne continued to pose a threatening presence at Arsenal defence and it took him less than 15 minutes to dash the hope of their hosts as Man City doubled their lead through a clinical counter-attack.
Foden passed to De Bruyne who found Sterling to roll the ball home, leaving Arsenal helpless and totally disarray in the front of ruthless Blues.
Kevin De Bruyne later grabbed his first EPL brace with a long-range stunner right into the bottom corner after receiving Foden's pass as the first half ended in misery for the hosts.
Arsenal came into the second part of the game a little bit tougher. They dragged their visitors into the second half though with a weak attack.
Freddie Ljungberg made some tactical changes to his side's defence but that could not guarantee a comeback as Man City dominated the showdown till the end of the second half.
Arsenal have now gone six games without a win at the Emirates across all competitions, their longest run without a home win since between December 1994 and February 1995 under George Graham.