Apostle Johnson Suleman has reacted over Arsenal's 2 - 1 victory against the English Premier League champion, Liverpool. While giving his suggestion, Suleman said out of Europe and wise investment will do Arsenal good next season. The General Overseer of the Omega Fire Ministry, Apostle Johnson Suleman took to his verified Twitter handle to celebrate the Gunners, saying he is proud of the boys. He identify himself as Arsenal fan.
The Gunners yesterday at the Emirates stadium defeated the current English champion 2 goals to 1 after coming from behind. Liverpool forward, Mane gave them the lead until Arsenal forward, Alexandre Lacazette gave the equalizing goal. Another mistake was made by the Liverpool goal keeper and Lacazette gave an assist to Nelson who made the goal 2 - 1. Arsenal is still at 9 position at the Premier League table. Read Apostle Johnson Suleman statement below.
"Out of Europe and wise investment will do us good next season..Arsenal-1 liverpool...Proud of the boys..we are the Arsenal..#COYG"
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