Yet Gallagher believes referee Michael Oliver was correct in awarding City that penalty and thinks Arsenal were lucky that the red card was not brandished in Monreal's direction given where he brought Sterling down. The England global was awarded the spot-kick - which was converted by Sergio Aguero - after being bundled over by Nacho Monreal. "We know that Sterling dives well, he does that very well". Nacho Monreal certainly was shoulder to shoulder with Raheem Sterling in the box when the City striker went to ground but it was one of those decisions that could have gone either way.
Raheem Sterling is owed an apology from Arsene Wenger after the Arsenal boss' slur, according to Alan Shearer.
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Per BBC Sport, Wenger said of the incident: "I believe it was no penalty".
That gave City a 2-0 lead, and Gabriel Jesus' seventh of the season wrapped up the points - although Wenger was left even more frustrated by the Brazilian's strike due to an apparent offside in the build-up.
"[The decisions were] just wrong".
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Lacazette scored 37 times in 45 games last season, and the French striker netted at least 20 league goals in each of the last three seasons.
"It was no penalty", said Wenger. "Of course, Man City are on a high, but I felt we had plenty of risky situations and chances and I would say overall, once again, the referee made the decisions today with a soft penalty and an offside goal". 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. "But we are used to it when we come here".
"It's one thing for Wenger to deflect from his team's inadequacies, it's another to question someone's integrity and be wrong. It's harsh for Wenger to say that, it's not good". "You can accept it if City win in a normal way, but this is unacceptable". I think we played quite well against a team that plays with pace and is always risky on the counter.
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