What the papers say: Gunners back into second place after demolishing Citeh

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The Sun - Cesc: You’d have lost with 15 men
CESC FABREGAS taunted Manchester City and said: We'd have beaten you even if you'd had 15 men.

The Daily MirrorFabregas delighted with Arsenal display
Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas hailed an "outstanding" display by his side as they moved up to second in the Barclays Premier League table with a 3-0 win over 10-man Manchester City at Eastlands.

The Daily Mail - Rampant Gunners shoot down 10-man City with super show at Eastlands
Arsene Wenger was probably the last person Danny Murphy would have named when he accused certain managers of encouraging their players to take a rather too physical approach to the game.

The Daily Express - ARSENAL THUMP MANCHESTER CITY
ARSENE Wenger claimed his young Arsenal side proved they have grown into men with an impressive 3-0 victory over Premier League title rivals Manchester City.

The Daily Star - THREESY! ARSENAL'S CESC FABREGAS TAUNTS MANCHESTER CITY
CESC FABREGAS taunted title rivals Manchester City after helping Arsenal thrash Roberto Mancini’s men at Eastlands to climb above them into second place.

The Independent - Mancini blames referee after Arsenal stun City
Roberto Mancini claimed last night that referee Mark Clattenburg had got it wrong in his crucial decision to send off Dedryck Boyata in the fifth minute – the moment which turned a match that Arsenal won 3-0 against the 10 men of Manchester City.

The Guardian - Manchester City's Roberto Mancini unhappy over Dedryck Boyata red card
Roberto Mancini criticised the refereeing decision that sparked Manchester City's 3-0 home defeat by Arsenal but insisted he had no qualms about having picked the 19-year-old Dedryck Boyata ahead of the England international Joleon Lescott.

The Daily Telegraph - Manchester City would have lost with 15 players City, says Arsenal's Cesc Fabregas
Perhaps it was an unwise boast to direct at a club with Manchester City's resources but Cesc Fabregas claimed that Arsenal would have won even if the Eastlands club had been allowed to put out 15 players on Sunday.

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