Brazilian international Willian Borges saw his contract with Arsenal football club terminated recently and reports have it that he is on his way to Corinthians. Yesterday, Arsenal won their first game of the season as they triumph over West Brom in the EFL competition.
Arsenal was able to win their first game of the season after they terminated the contract of former Chelsea star player Willian.
Arsenal who lost two consecutive EPL games against Brentford United and Chelsea FC respectively.
In their first two English Premier League games where they faced Brentford United and Chelsea they were beaten 0:2, 0:2 respectively without any positive response from the players.
Some Arsenal fans put their misfortune (blame) on the Brazilian midfielder Willian after they won their game against West Brom Albion.
Mikel Arteta and his squad will face current English Premier League champions, Manchester City in their next fixture of the English Premier League and will be hoping to continue with their recent form which they picked after beating West Brom Albion in the EFL competition.
As an Arsenal fan, do you think Mikel Arteta's player's dominance in the EFL will be a good omen for them to beat Manchester City in the English Premier League this week?
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