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ARSENAL 3-0 WIMBLEDON: Three Wise Decisions Mikel Arteta Made As Arsenal Won Their Game.

The North London based club Arsenal continued their incredible run of form as they recorded a comfortable 3 - 0 win over Premier championship side Wimbledon at Emirates Stadium.

The English Premier League giants Arsenal were dominant all through the match as they secured their place in the next phase of the competition.

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The Arsenal Superstars which include Alexander Lacazette, Bernd Leno, Cedric Soares, Thomas Partey, Albert Lokonga and Rob Holding and Gabriel Martinelli were all superb in today's encounter.

Goals from Alexander Lacazette, Emile Smith Rowe and Eddie Nketiah sealed the emphatic victory for Arsenal in their crucial cup match.

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The North London based club Arsenal progressed to the fourth round of the competition while Wimbledon exit the competition in the third round.

Let's take a look at three wise decisions Mikel Arteta made as Arsenal won their game;

1. GOOD LINE UP AND FORMATION: The Spanish and Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta used a 4-3-3 formation which included the likes of Alexander Lacazette, Bernd Leno, Cedric Soares, Thomas Partey, Albert Lokonga and Rob Holding and Gabriel Martinelli.

The Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta used two center backs, two full backs, three central midfielders, two wingers and one forward.

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2. TACTICAL SUBSTITUTION: The Spanish and Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta made three substitutions in the second half. The Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta brought in Smith Rowe, Bukayo Saka and Balogun to replace the tired players.

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3. CHANGE IN STYLE: The Spanish and Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta started the game with a 4-3-3 formation in which he used Gabriel Martinelli and Eddie Nketiah as the wingers in order to weaken the Wimbledon's defence.

After Arsenal scored the second goal of the game, The Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta changed to a 4-4-2 formation in order to prevent the opponent from scoring in the match.

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