The premier league match between Man United and Liverpool rounded up English Premier League match-week 9. Manchester United suffered a 5-0 defeat to Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon. Premier League Table Chelsea football club is currently on top of the English Premier League table with 22 points from 9 matches.
Even Tuchel, as a good manager, has suffered a lot of heavy defeats from various clubs. His tactics did not change anything during those games. These are his six biggest defeats as a manager. Ligue 1: Lille 5-1 PSG PSG lost to second-place. Lille, the Ligue 1 holder that season, suffered a heavy loss to their opponent.
Another poor officiating from the Video Assistant Referee and the the VAR after refusing to cancel Benteke's goal in the second half of the game despite having a clear view of the foul on Sambi Lokonga before the goal was scored. It was an entertaining match between the two teams but a late goal by France striker Lacazzete gave Arsenal the equalizing goal in the last minute of the game.
The English Premier League continued today with just a fixture left to be played for the match week. Today saw Arsenal welcome Crystal Palace to the Emirates Stadium, hoping to get back into winning ways, after settling for a point against Brighton in their previous league fixture.
Photo credit: football.london Mikel Arteta's Arsenal team have climbed into the ninth position after a comfortable 3-1 victory against Aston Villa at the Emirates Stadium on Friday. Goals from Partey, Aubameyang, and Smith Rowe were enough to take the three points. Arsenal were one of the biggest clubs in the last summer transfer window and the London club added new players to reinforce the team in all departments.
After the 4-3-3 formation proved to be ineffective in the match against Crystal Palace, Mikel Arteta tried out a 4-2-2 formation involving Alexandre Lacazette and Aubameyang as the two strikers in today's game, and it worked pretty well, as the gunners defeated Aston Villa after three trials.
Another controversial penalty decision in this season English premier league after Arsenal were awarded a penalty in the 45+5 minutes of the week 8 English premier league match against Aston Villa at Emirate Stadium. Aston Villa played below expectations as Arsenal were in control of the game from the first minutes of the match to the end of the fist half.
The week 8 of the English Premier League has come to an end on Monday night, and the last game of the week was played between Mikel Arteta led Arsenal football club and Patrick Vieira led Crystal Palace football club, and it ended in a draw. A lot of dramas happened in the week 8 of the EPL, and despite that some teams were able to extend their impressive run, while some suffered another setback in the title race.
Patrick Vieira would be disappointed not to get all three points against Arsenal after Lacazette scored a late goal to help Arsenal equalize 2-2, also the gunners would feel hard done by some officiating decisions that helped Crystal Palace get the better of them in the game, the gunners scored first through Aubameyang as they led 1-0 at half time.
Gabon and Arsenal FC captain, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang when he was signed in 2018 by the Gunners, performed excellently for the club. He scored twenty-two (22) Premier League goals, levelled with Liverpool FC attackers, Mohammed Salah and Sadio Mane. This earned him the Premier League Golden Boot in the 2018/2019 season.
Mikel Arteta's Arsenal returned to their winning ways in the EPL after they cruised to a 3:1 win over Aston Villa at the Emirates Stadium. Arsenal was outstanding as they dominated their opponent in today's match, securing their first win since they entered the month of October.
After enduring a slow start to the season, Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang seems to have found his goal-scoring form back. Photo credit: Twitter So far this season, the Gabon international has scored 5 goals in all competitions. In this article, we'll be analyzing the Gunners' next 3 games and rating their star striker's chances of scoring in those games.
Arsenal won Aston Villa today as they continued their fine form. After suffering three consecutive defeats, Mikel Arteta side has stayed unbeaten in all competitions. They'll be hoping to keep it that way if they want to contend for the Premier League title this season. 1.
In The Absence Of Saka, Here Is One Player Who Should Start Alongside Aubameyang Against Aston Villa
The injury to Bukayo Saka means Arteta will have no option than to tweak his starting line-up against Aston Villa today. Although it is not certain if the England youngster is completely ruled out of the game, but if it happens to be so, I think Alexandre Lacazette should replace him in the starting line-up today.
If Arsenal approaches the game in the right manner, they will beat Aston Villa even though their previous record against Villa hasn't been good. Arsenal must play a free-flowing, aggressive game. They must press hard, attack very fast and break down Villa's defensive line.
Arsenal got back to winning ways by thrashing Aston Villa at Emirates Stadium. Goals from Thomas Partey, Aubameyang, and Smith Rowe were enough to secure victory for Arsenal. Also, note that Aston Villa got a late consolation goal in the second half. Photo: Arsenal players || Twitter
The gunners finally got a win over a decent Aston Villa side after failing to score a goal against them on three previous occasions. Although it was a much deserved win for Arsenal, but there were three valid reason why Arsenal won the match today. Arsenal put in a fantastic first half display, one which we rarely see from the present Arsenal side.
After winning three straight games in the English Premier League, Mikel Arteta and his boys were forced to a 2-2 against Crystal Palace at the Emirates stadium. Well, fans have spoken about how some Arsenal players performed, but the truth is that Crystal Palace deserved at least a point.
Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta has give the latest injury update on strikers, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette. Photo Credit: Goggle (Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta). Arsenal manager withdrew Aubameyang at the stroke of full-time for Gabriel Martinelli during Arsenal Premier League 3-1 win against Aston Villa on Friday night.
Arsenal welcomed Aston Villa to the Emirates on Friday night and hold on to all three points after a 3-1 win. Scorers: Partey 23, Aubameyang 45+6, Smith-Rowe 56, Ramsey 82. Only separated by one point in the table, a lot was on the line for both Arsenal and Aston Villa heading into this match.