Arsenal’s pre-season preparations ended in perfect style, beating Premier League rivals Manchester City 3-2 in Gothenburg.Dominating the play with some impressive attacking moves, the Gunners went behind against the run of play – Sergio Aguero scoring once again for the Citizens.However, a second-half fight-back started when Alex Iwobi scored an excellent equaliser. Theo Walcott, with his shooting boots on, netted the second after a lovely one-two, before Chuba Akpom rounded off the victory in the final five minutes by putting the ball in the empty net after Joe Hart had spilled a routine collection.Kelechi Iheanacho scored moments later to narrow the lead, but City were unable to fight back for the draw.It was a positive performance from Arsene Wenger’s men, and Iwobi really stood out. After a breakthrough season last term, fans want to see him feature more and more this year, and they were all impressed by the youngster on Sunday.We have collected some of the best reactions to Iwobi’s performance below… Alex Iwobi impressed against Manchester City 1
Giggs spent his entire career at Man United, winning numerous trophies and playing 963 times Giggs is now manager of Wales, having played for them 64 times during his playing career Rhodri Giggs has put the fallout with his brother, Ryan, behind him by starring in a Paddy Power advert.The brothers fell out in 2011 when the former Manchester United star’s secret eight-year affair with Rhodri’s wife was exposed. 3 Introducing our new #PaddysRewardsClub ambassador, Rhodri Giggs.Loyalty is dead. Live for rewards. pic.twitter.com/WWSBgeFrna— Paddy Power (@paddypower) February 8, 2019 3 Giggs had an eight-year affair with his brother Rhodri’s wife, which was exposed in 2011 “I’m Rhodri Giggs, and I want to talk to you about loyalty,” he begins in the video.“I’ve lived a loyal life, always drank in the same pub.”He is then asked if he would like a pint of bitter to which he responds, “not anymore, Pam.” 3 The advert is littered with references to the affair – too many to mention – with Rhodri suggesting he supports anyone but Wales and is a Manchester City fan.Ryan spent his entire career at Old Trafford and won the Premier League 13 times and the Champions League twice, while he played 64 times for Wales and is now their manager.