Arsenal were back in action in the English Premier League today when they travelled to face Newcastle United at the St James' Park Stadium. The Gunners secured their second consecutive win in the competition by defeating Newcastle United 2-0 thanks to Martin Odegaard's stunning strike and an unfortunate own goal from Fabian Schär. All three important points were secured by the Gunners as they continued with their fight for the Premier League title this season.
Well, Jakub Kiwior made his second straight appearance in the English Premier League today for Arsenal as he had an incredible performance against Newcastle United. Some fans might have doubted his ability heading into this encounter but the Polish International was able to prove his worth by stepping up in defense for the Gunners against Newcastle United. The 23-year-old played with so much calmness and composure in the defense for Arsenal as he made several crucial wins of the ball to keep Newcastle United's deadly attackers at bay in the game.
Well, I believe it is safe to say that Jakub Kiwior's impressive display explains why he can be trusted in the defense ahead of Rob Holding this season. The Polish International has proven to be a reliable defender in this game, unlike Rob Holding who is known for his inconsistency and constant mistakes in the defense for the Gunners. Mikel Arteta needs to consider building confidence in Jakub Kiwior by playing frequently for Arsenal this season. The Polish International with time will improve on other areas of his game and become a key player in this Arsenal team
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