It was a deflating afternoon in the end as Manchester City could only take a point away from the Emirates. Again the broken record of defensive frailties starting playing but this time it included Navas in the chorus as he was deployed as a make-shift right back.
More missed chances and a penalty shout in the last minute provided talking points in a game that lacked any flair coming towards the end of the game.
Here’s what you had to say:
A performance to forget?
— Gaurav Sobti (@football_no1) April 2, 2017
3 points were there for the taking. Not a good second half. #mcfc
— Alex Bowers (@alex_bowers) April 2, 2017
A point not the worst thing in the world but having the lead twice and based on our first half performance feels like 2 points dropped.#MCFC
— Stin (@dandy__man) April 2, 2017
That was disappointing. #MCFC
— Paul Cross (@pcrossy10) April 2, 2017
Navas and Toure not good enough?
Today's game further confirmation Navas has never been good enough and Yayas best days are behind him #MCFC two points dropped
— Scott Moseley (@roslers_vest) April 2, 2017
Mistake to bring Yaya on at half-time. Midfield adopted his 'lazy' attitude & allowed Arse to get back. They were there for the taking #MCFC
— JoeC (@JoeC163) April 2, 2017
— Mancity forever (@BlossomsMinds) April 2, 2017
I'm very disappointed with that result, we looked tired and off the pace at times, and Navas at right back cost us for both goals IMO #mcfc
— Cityzen Michael (@mcfccityzen) April 2, 2017
Should we have had a penalty?
— Nigel Grififths (@nigelgriff22) April 2, 2017
Looked a stonewall pen at the end!#MCFC
— Gary MacGregor (@GaryMacG) April 2, 2017
Brilliant officials again – Walcott red and a def pen at the end!! Absolute joke #MCFC
— gordso (@gordso1) April 2, 2017
What to expect from next season?
Peps definitely doing the best with what he has, next season will be a different story #mcfc
— Dean Evans (@D3vanss) April 2, 2017
On the plus side, next season will be unrecognisable with the changes Pep makes. #MCFC
— Danny Pryer (@dannypfootball) April 2, 2017
On to the next game…
Looks like another nervous scrap to get into the top 4. Especially after Chelsea wipe us on Weds, which they will the way we defend #mcfc
— Lee Bromfield (@LeeBrom) April 2, 2017
Thought City could've produced a goal there in the last 10 minutes. Arsenal played well though. On to Stamford Bridge on Wednesday #MCFC
— John Cowart IV (@jpcowart4) April 2, 2017