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Premier League: Manchester City thrashes Arsenal 3-0 as EPL returns

Manchester City now has 60 points and is placed on the second position on the Premier League table while Arsenal holds the ninth spot with 40 points

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It was Sterling who scored the Premier League's first goal since March 9 by capitalising on an error by David Luiz in first-half stoppage time. Photo: @gabrieljesus9

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When Manchester City scored the first goals the Premier League had seen in 100 days, only health workers were in the stands to applaud.
 
For the last three months, it's been the nation applauding the health workers. In protective clothing, they were among only 300 people allowed into the Etihad Stadium for the game against Arsenal which helped end the Premier League's shutdown on Wednesday.
 
The 55,000 seats that would usually be filled were instead empty, mostly covered by banners. The only supporters seen celebrating goals from Raheem Sterling, Kevin De Bruyne and Phil Foden during City's 3-0

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First Published: Jun 18 2020 | 12:25 PM IST

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