It's still all Manchester City in the early stages of the second half. David Pizarro has dropped deeper into the midfield as the visitors switch to a 4-3-3, and so far they're looking far more composed than they were at the beginning of the first half. Gael Clichy in particular is playing superbly - the left back has absolutely skinned Arsenal twice in the first five minutes or so, but his most recent effort was not adequately matched by Sergio Aguero and the chance was wasted.
Samir Nasri then gets in on the action, working well with James Milner in the centre before eventually drifting out wide and swinging in a cross that Aguero meets ahead of Pablo Zabaleta. He probably should have left it - the right back was in a better position, and Wojciech Szczesny was never really threatened by the Argentine's loopy effort, although he did have to tip it over for a corner.
It looks like Andre Santos is going to come on for a limping Kieran Gibbs, incidentally. That's not good news for the structure of the home defence, although it might make them a little more potent down the left.