Laurent Koscielny picked up a straight red card in the opening minutes of Sunday's encounter between Manchester City and Arsenal, digging a massive hole for the Gunners early. Wojciech Szczesny came up with a save on a poor penalty by Edin Dzeko to keep Arsenal alive in the short term, but he only delayed the inevitable.
Since that save, Manchester City have scored twice and look like they're having a fun little run-out in a training match. Unsurprisingly, Arsenal don't look good playing from behind with 10 men, and City's 2-0 lead is likely to expand in the second half.
James Milner opened the scoring on 21 minutes, getting in behind a sleepy Arsenal defense on a free kick before hitting a thunderbolt into the side of the net. Dzeko made up for his penalty miss by scoring City's second with an easy finish, tapping in a deflected cross by Pablo Zabaleta.