Manchester United's fierce rivalry with Arsenal transformed the Premier League, says Ferguson

Posted May 03, 2018

But the Frenchman managed to get the best out of Bergkamp, who shone in Arsenal's attack for a decade, helping to win three Premier League titles and four FA Cups. "At the moment I am in a bit of unknown territory", said Wenger.

His team, littered with youngsters and fringe players, laboured hard but ultimately fell victim to the pace of Martial from the bench and an injury time Marouane Fellaini header.

The 42-year-old Li Xiaopeng, who spent his entire playing career in Luneng, was one of the key figures in China's only World Cup experience in 2002.

"Since I was young I was dreaming about this kind of game when Thierry Henry and everybody scored some goals", he said.

"I don't knew where I go from here or do I take a break?"

With games still to play Huddersfield, Brighton and Southampton, City — on 93 points and 102 goals — needs just three more points to post the most outright in a Premier League campaign and two more goals to surpass the record held by Chelsea in 2009-10.

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"When I won the Champions League I say the Champions League is most important for me".

Meanwhile, Juan Mata has reacted to Lukaku's injury and said he hopes it's "nothing serious" as he hobbled off in the second half of the win against Arsenal.

The Belgium striker was involved in a challenge with Konstantinos Mavropanos and injured his foot during their 2-1 win on Sunday.

And Mata was concerned about the 24-year-old being forced off, especially because of the impact he has had this season.

I think if we finish second it's the first time in five years since Sir Alex left.

After watching the Fellaini score a stoppage-time victor against Arsenal, Mourinho said on Sunday: "I think a player that grabs the crest after scoring is telling clearly that he wants to stay".

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