A great weekend of football for London’s football teams

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A great weekend of football for London’s football teams

It was an action-packed weekend for sport and it's good news for teams in the capital.
Tim Nichols, Evening Standard Sports Editor, talks through the latest sport news.


Arsenal beat champions Manchester City

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger claims the 2-0 victory over Manchester City, blows away any doubt over their defense.
The Gunners recorded a seventh clean sheet this season against the Premier League champions at the Etihad, the goals came from Santi Cazorla, and Olivier Giroud.
The win lifts them to 5th, with City now 5 points behind league leaders Chelsea.  
The team have previously been accused of having a ‘mental block’ when playing in the bigger games.

A good start for Andy Murray at the Australian Open

Andy Murray has won his first-round match at the Australian Open.
He beat India’s Yuki Bhambri 7:3 in just over two hours.
This is a good start for the Brit, however this result was expected as his contender was a low-ranked player.
Murray’s next matches are not expected to go as smoothly, as his next challenge is no other than Australia’s Marinko ‘Mad Dog’ Matosevic.
This years tricky draw for Murray means in order to take the title he will have to beat the best players in the world.

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