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Don't write us off yet, says City boss Mancini

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Roberto Mancini insists Manchester City are still firmly in the title race after the champions closed the gap on leaders Manchester United to seven points with a crucial 2-0 win at Arsenal. 

Manchester City's English midfielder James Milner (C) celebrates scoring the opening goal during their English Premier League football match at the Emirates Stadium in London on January 13, 2013. City won 2-0.

Mancini's side couldn't afford to leave north London empty-handed on Sunday after United moved 10 points clear with a 2-1 victory over Liverpool earlier in the day.

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