Silva supplied the goal in City’s 1-0 win over Chelsea.
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Successive 3-0 reverses by Manchester City, the first in the League Cup final and the second in the league, could be explained in part by the dominance of Pep Guardiola's table-toppers, but the losses to Ostersunds in the Europa League and to Brighton verged on embarrassing.Arsenal's eighth loss since the turn of the year left their hopes of a top-four finish in tatters, with Wenger admitting it was "already gone" even before the Gunners were left 13 points adrift of the leading quartet.Their best chance of qualifying for the elite and lucrative Champions League appears to lie instead in winning the second-tier Europa League, where Arsenal face Italian giants AC Milan in the first of a two-legged last-16 clash Thursday.Veteran French boss Wenger has been in charge at Arsenal since 1996 and it remains to be seen whether U.S.-based owner Stan Kroenke has the stomach to sack a manager who has never given the slightest hint he will resign.Once again, amid reports of players' meetings and a growing lack of boardroom backing, the 68-year-old Wenger made it clear he was not considering a future away from Arsenal.
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