LONDON (AP) -- Manchester City missed the chance to put pressure on Premier League leader Manchester United on Saturday, stumbling to a 3-3 draw against Sunderland that ended the club's record winning streak.
With United not in action until Monday, City knew that it could have drawn level on points with the defending champions with a 21st straight home win in the Premier League.
Instead, City needed two goals in the last six minutes to salvage a draw.
Sebastian Larsson scored either side of a goal from Nicklas Bendtner to give Sunderland a 3-1 lead before Mario Balotelli hit his second goal of the game for City and Aleksandar Kolarov equalized in the 86th.
Third-place Arsenal lost 2-1 at Queens Park Rangers and Chelsea won 4-2 at Aston Villa.