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Can Arsenal, without a Premier League title in 14 years, still attract the calibre of manager capable of bringing in top talent and transforming the team into one which can compete with Pep Guardiola's City in the near future?

There were Olympic medal-winning downhill skiers in Pyeongchang with less balance and agility than Manchester City's German winger. We haven't played a good game. Obviously we want to win it and if we do, when that happens is not really in our hands. When you are 1-0 down you can always have the possibility to score.

The billionaires will host Champions League rivals Basel on Wednesday night in the second leg of the last 16 showdown holding a commanding 4-0 lead from the first tie in Switzerland.

"I don't know if it will be a good thing, but we will accept it when it comes".

Pep Guardiola's men now need just four more wins from their remaining nine games to secure the title. We have won three more points and now we have to think about the next one.

But while there appears little cause for optimism among fans of the West London club, defender Cesar Azpilicueta insists there is plenty to play for in the final two months of the season.

At times we were left wondering whether, for Antonio Conte and his players, this meeting of champions and champions-elect had been reduced to a training exercise.

Thereafter, City were quite content to keep possession as Chelsea still refused to abandon their cautious approach.

For numerous matches City are playing at this stage of the season, the game is seemingly won in the tunnel before kick off. Chelsea, outgoing champions of England, looked beaten before a ball had been kicked.

"You expected them (Chelsea) to at least have a go".

"We had to control the counter-attacks, Hazard, Willian and Pedro are all quick players but we controlled it and we were quick with the ball, nobody was making extra passes or extra touches".

"This squad has huge quality and it's fun to be out there because every single player is able to do something special". Swans boss Carlos Carvalhal then departed from the usual post-match script by saying: "There are times in football when you have to dance to the tune of your opponents.But today we put on our music, we put rock'n'roll on at the stadium and we made things very hard for West Ham".

"We know we have had an fantastic season and we just want to continue that in both competitions, and be successful".