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Manchester City trail Manchester United by nine points

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Midfielder joined from Inter Milan in £8.5m deal

Walcott's strike saved Arsenal's blushes

Arsenal must start strongly says Lukas Podolski

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Theo Walcott strikes a fierce shot into the bottom corner to equalise for the Gunners
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