Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola says his side deserved their win against Arsenal in Sunday's English Premier League fixture at The Etihad.
The Citizens rallied from a goal down to beat the Gunners at the Etihad Stadium.
Arsenal went ahead through Theo Walcott in the fourth minute but the hosts scored twice in the second half through Leroy Sane and Raheem Sterling to win 2-1.
The Spaniard also claimed he didn't say anything special to his players at the break, but only urged them to keep going after a difficult first half.
"I didn't say anything to them at half-time. I told them not to think about the score, I told them to keep going. Arsenal were lucky in the first half," the former Barcelona gaffer stated after the game.
"It was a Premier League game and a good game for everybody. It was similar to the game against Chelsea – then we played well and lost and today we win.
"The guys gave everything in every game. I'm happy to be City coach . In terms of spirit it's always there.
"We liked to play today but it's not easy because of high pressing from Arsenal and they defence compact. When we have some of our players back we will score more goals."