Man City vow to fight for title
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini says the win at Norwich is evidence his side will not give up their Premier League title without a fight.
City won 4-3, despite having Samir Nasri red-carded just before half time and currently trail leaders Manchester United by seven points.
“I think that we showed we are there for the title,” said Mancini.
“We won’t leave this title easily and will fight every game. He added: “For us, now it is not important to look at the table.
“We only need to work, to win as many games in a row as we can, and maybe in February we will look again at the table.”
Two quick fire Edin Dzeko goals put Mancini’s side ahead and, after Anthony Pilkington pulled one back for Norwich, Nasri was dismissed following his clash with Canaries’ defender Sebastien Bassong.
Sergio Aguero managed to give the visitors a two-goal lead again, only for Russell Martin’s header for Norwich to make it 3-2.