The clash between Arsenal and Aston Villa kick-started Premier League match-week 9. Arsenal opened the match-week with a 3-1 victory against Aston Villa at the Emirates Stadium. The Gunners moved up the Premier League table after their 3-1 victory over Aston Villa.
Arsenal got the first lead of the match when Thomas Partey scored a wonderful header from a corner kick by Emile Smith-Rowe. Aston Villa conceded a penalty just a few minutes to the end of the first half.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang took the penalty kick but it was saved by Aston Villa's goalkeeper, Emiliano Martinez. The Arsenal striker quickly reacted and scored the rebound of his penalty. The first half of the game ended with Arsenal having a 2-0 lead over Aston Villa.
Emile Smith-Rowe extended Arsenal's lead by scoring a goal at 56 minutes. Aston Villa scored one late goal and the match ended at 3-1.
Premier League Table
Arsenal is currently in ninth place on the Premier League table with 14 points. The North London club has won 4 out of their 9 Premier League matches this season.
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