Arsenal forward Alex Iwobi says the club can stop free-scoring Manchester City by being tactically and defensively disciplined.
The Gunners are away to the Premier League leaders on Sunday and the Nigeria international says the game will be one of the stiffest for his side.
“Their attacking play,” Alex Iwobi told Arsenal’s official website. “They’ve been scoring goals for fun and they’re very dangerous going forward, so we’ll have to do well tactically and defensively to be able to stop that.
“With the attacking players we have, we’ll always create chances and should be able to get a couple of goals, but we need to tighten up in defence, especially against a team like Man City.”
City are on 28 points after 10 games in the League, bagging 35 goals and conceding four.