Arsene Wenger claims good fortune is currently with Manchester City but is convinced his Arsenal side can match them in the title race.
City’s 5-1 win over Tottenham in midweek took them above Arsenal to the top of the table.
There was controversy at White Hart Lane, as Spurs defender Danny Rose was sent off even though replays suggested he won the ball in the build-up to City’s penalty.
It was an incident not lost on Wenger, who claims it is too early to be handing the title to City.
The Mirror’s John Cross has the quotes:
At the moment, they are on fire. But people are always tempted to go to definite conclusions after one game.
Of course they had an impressive win, and a great quality game at Tottenham. But if you analyse it well, this game could have turned.
All the turning points went in their favour. If they had not, you are not sure they would have won the game.
We are one point behind Man City, we have 15 games to make a difference on them. I believe we will have our chances.