photo credit: Brentford Via Twitter
Arsenal started the game with control as expected but Brentford had clear chances to score in the first period. The newly-promoted side scored their first-ever Premier League goal when Sergie Canos curls in a shot from the left to beat Bernd Leno. Bryan Mbeumo also missed a chance from close range when he dribbled past Arsenal's defenders and unleashed a low shot that went to the side of the net. Arsenal failed to hit the equalizer and the first half ended in Brentford's favor.
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In the second half, Brentford doubled their lead when Mads Bech Sorensen's long throw is flicked at the near post and Christian Norgaard is on hand to head into an empty net. Arsenal struggled late on to turn the game around but it wasn't just their day.
photo credit: Brentford FC [via Twitter]
So, football fans have expressed dissatisfaction towards the performance of Arsenal's record signing Ben White in today's match. The center-back was held responsible for failing to dealt with Brentford's attacker's threats throughout the game.
photo credit: Premier League via Twitter
Check out the fans reactions below;
Nonetheless, Arteta will be aiming to bounce back when they play Chelsea FC next week.
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