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Wenger's Arsenal still unable to match benchmark set by Mourinho's Chelsea

Chelsea went 10 points clear atop the Premier League table courtesy of a 0-0 draw with London rivals Arsenal.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses the key match incidents for both Arsenal and Chelsea that led to a scoreless draw at the Emirates.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses the key match incidents for both Arsenal and Chelsea that led to a scoreless draw at the Emirates.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Oscar continued to play on despite going down after a head-on collision with Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina, but was taken to the hospital at halftime.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Cesc Fabregas (23') Arsenal 0-0 Chelsea

It was very far from Chelsea at their "artistic" best, but it was Jose Mourinho at his mischievous best. The Portuguese had been asked about the chants of "boring, boring Chelsea" from the Emirates crowd after a predictably locked-down performance that yielded a 0-0 result at Arsenal, and offered the type of spark that wasn't so evident in his team's play.

"You know, boring I think is 10 years without a title," Mourinho responded. "That's very boring. You support the club and you're waiting, waiting,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Manchester City up to second, Liverpool held, Leicester win again

Fernandinho bags the late winner as Manchester City move up to second ahead of Sunday's results.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol believes if Liverpool lose badly to Chelsea in a couple weeks, it could be the final straw for Brendan Rodgers' tenure at the club.
Aleksandar Kolarov curled in a fine free kick for Man City against Aston Villa.

Manchester City made hard work of securing three points in the Premier League on Saturday as they beat FA Cup finalists Aston Villa 3-2.

Sergio Aguero gave City the lead on three minutes after a horrible mistake by Villa goalkeeper Brad Guzan.

And Manuel Pellegrini's side looked comfortable when they doubled their lead in the second half, Aleksandar Kolarov curling in a free kick.

However, Tom Cleverley pulled a goal back just two minutes later before Carlos Sanchez pounced on an unconvincing punch...