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Manchester City produced a thrilling second-half comeback to beat Arsenal 2-1 Sunday and move above Arsene Wenger's side into second place in the Premier League, seven points behind leaders Chelsea.Chelsea are top with 43 points, followed by City on 36 and then Liverpool, who visit Everton in their game in hand Monday, and Arsenal with 34, Spurs on 33 and Manchester United with 30 after their 2-0 win at West Bromwich Albion Saturday.Wenger thought both goals were offside, though the decisions were marginal and Arsenal's manager acknowledged his side came off second best after the break in the physical contest.Comebacks proved the order of the day and Spurs now lie just one point behind Arsenal in fifth place after full-back Danny Rose latched on to Moussa Sissoko's through ball to seal victory against Burnley with 20 minutes to go at White Hart Lane.
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