Dermot Gallagher: 'Raheem Sterling didn't dive for Manchester City penalty'

Gabriel Jesus netted for City but David Silva was offside before crossing the ball

Gabriel Jesus netted for City but David Silva was offside before crossing the ball

ARSENE WENGER branded Raheem Sterling a diver after his Arsenal side were beaten by leaders Manchester City.

On Sunday, Gabriel Jesus netted the questionable strike to restore the hosts' two-goal lead when it appeared more likely Arsenal would grab an equaliser.

"We know that Raheem Sterling dives well, he does that very well", Wenger told BBC Match of the Day after the match. Wenger was supported by several newspapers and match pundits but FA announced that they will take no action against the alleged dive by Sterling, who Arsenal tried to sign last summer.

"And the third goal was offside". At 2-1 we were in the game and the referee made the difference today. The third goal was the killer.

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"It is unfortunate that the game finished the way it finished".

"I am disappointed. You can accept if it City win in a normal way, they are a good side, but the way it happened is unacceptable".

"Last year two, this year one - so we are improving". They were good on the counter attack, and every time we lost the ball they looked unsafe. The chances we created and the few chances we conceded. "They told me it was offside".

Despite Arsenal's gripes, City were dominant as they extended their club record-winning run to 15 games.

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The defeat for Arsenal left them sixth in the table - 12 points behind Man City. It will be hard.

"It will be hard this season, the way they have started, the way they are on a [winning] run, the quality they have - they will be hard to stop".

"I know it yielded some results in the early going, but that was when you were playing centre-backs who are actual central defenders".

"If on top of that at home they have decisions for them like that, they will be unstoppable". At 2-1 we are in the game, and he gives a clear offside goal, and of course, that kills the game for us.

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"There's nothing that you can do, we just have to move on to the next game".

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