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ARSENAL SCORED TWO LATE GOALS TO BEAT CARDIFF CITY AND
MAINTAIN THEIR POSITION AT THE TOP OF THE PREMIER LEAGUE
AS MANCHESTER CITY, CHELSEA AND LIVERPOOL ALL RECORDED VICTORIES.


THE GUNNERS HAD FACED THE PROSPECT OF DROPPING TO THIRD IN THE TABLE BEFORE
 GOALS FROM NICKLAS BENDTNER AND THEO WALCOTT KEPT THEM CLEAR OF THE CHASING PACK.

SECOND-HALF GOALS FROM YAYA TOURE AND ALEKSANDAR KOLAROV ENSURED MANCHESTER CITY
 SET OFF ON THEIR 2014 TITLE PURSUIT IN THE BEST POSSIBLE FASHION, DEFEATING SWANSEA CITY
3-2 AT THE LIBERTY STADIUM.


FERNANDINHO GAVE THE VISITORS THE PERFECT START WITH A LOW SHOT THAT WHISTLED INTO
THE NET OFF THE SLICK SURFACE ON 14 MINUTES, BUT A HEADER FROM WILFRIED BONY
 -- WHO APPEARED TO BE MARGINALLY OFFSIDE -- BROUGHT SWANSEA LEVEL IN FIRST-HALF
STOPPAGE TIME.