Manchester City boss Mark Hughes has branded Arsenal counterpart Arsene Wenger "ungracious" after Saturday's 3-0 win.

Wenger, who stripped William Gallas of the captaincy at Eastlands, claimed the scoreline "flattered" City.

Hughes told the BBC: "Maybe he is being a little bit ungracious because I remember Robinho going around (Manuel) Almunia to make it even more emphatic.

"We had another couple of good opportunities, so I do not think the scoreline flattered us at all. We created six or seven chances."