Manchester City skipper Yaya Toure has insisted that his side were "unlucky" during this evening's clash away at Arsenal.
The visitors had 20 shots on goal and 63% of the possession at the Emirates Stadium, yet they slumped to a 2-1 defeat.
Speaking to Sky Sports News after the final whistle, Toure said: "In the end we were unlucky. We had a couple of chances and it is disappointing. Arsenal counter-attacked very quick, it is tough to take.
"We played very well, it's not easy to control the game at Arsenal. They took their chances."
The result has left City in third place, six points adrift of leaders Leicester City.