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Arsene Wenger has declared that it will be “difficult” for any team to stop Manchester City from winning the Premier League after his Arsenal side lost 3-1 at the Etihad on Sunday.
 
He, however, blamed the referee, Michael Oliver, for the loss after a disputed penalty and a goal which appeared offside.
 
The win gave City an eight-point lead over Manchester United, ahead of their game at Chelsea later on Sunday and left them 12 points clear of the Gunners.
 
“Can anyone stop them? It will be difficult this season, the way they have started the quality they have, but you never know.

“If on top of that, they have decisions at home like that, they will be unstoppable,” Wenger told reporters.
 
“I don’t want to take anything away from the quality but it happened at a moment when we were really in the game at 2-1 and it killed the game.

“It is the second year. We got two offside goals here last year and one this year.

“I felt it was an intense game of quality of both sides. Man City are on a high but I felt we had plenty of dangerous situations and chances.

“Overall once again, the referee made the decision again with a penalty and an offside goal. We are used to it.

“I feel they (referees) don’t work enough, because it happens every season. It is unacceptable”, he said.

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  Arsene Wenger   Arsene Wenger has declared that it will be “difficult” for any team to stop Manchester City from winning the Premier League after his Arsenal side lost 3-1 at the Etihad on Sunday.   He, however, blamed the referee, Michael Oliver, for the loss after a disputed penalty and a goal...