Arsenal got into premier league action today as they welcomed Fulham to the Emirates Stadium on Sunday afternoon. The Gunners who have been recently brilliant in all competitions were looking to secure maximum points that will boost their aim for European qualifications next season.Fulham on the other hand needed all three points to boost their hope of exiting the relegation zone. Match Summary Arsenal dominated proceedings in the first 20 minutes of the match as they had hold of possession and also threatened
A Nigerian professional footballer, Josh Maja who plays for a premier league club, Fulham has made history at Arsenal, after scoring a goal in the Sunday EPL clash at Emirate stadium. The 22-year-old player was later substituted in the 77th minute of the match, by team mate, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, 18 minutes after he scored a penalty. He's now the second-youngest player to score a Premier League penalty against Arsenal, after Daniel Sturridge for Man City in November 2008. His goal was cancelled by Eddie Nketiah
The Gunner's fight till the end as they scored a goal to salvage a point in one of the most controversial Premier League clash at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.Arsenal's academy graduate Eddie Nketiah levelled the scores in stoppage time, after Josh Maja put relegation battlers Fulham ahead with a second half penalty.
Following today's English premier league fixture between Arsenal and Fulham at the Emirates stadium, a lot of Arsenal fans came out to pour down reactions following the performance of some of their players. Arsenal had one of their worst games in today's match up as they had a dramatic come back against relegation threatened Fulham. Arsenal drew to Fulham at the Emirates stadium to give the visitors hopes of escaping the relegation zone this season. Fulham have been struggling for points in recent English premier
Today, we saw Manchester United and Arsenal in the premier league round 32 fixture today as they took on Fulham and Burnley. Manchester United were hoping to close the gap on Manchester City while Arsenal were hoping to get a win so as to move up the premier league table. Arsenal locked horns with Fulham at the Emirates stadium. Arsenal conceded first in the match after Fulham got a penalty. The penalty was converted beautifully by Josh Maja. Later on, Arsenal got an equalizer which saw the match end in a 1:1
Josh Maja becomes 7th Super Eagles star to score against Arsenal after penalty goal at the Emirates.
Nigerian players have had a splendid record of scoring against Arsenal Football Club in recent years.The club which enjoyed massive support for the twin reasons that it played a delightful brand of football as well as had Nwankwo Kanu in their ranks has however suffered their worst nightmare against strikers of Nigerian origin.
They Were Very Bad, They Should Not Be Playing Together" Fans Blast These 2 Player After A Poor Game
IArsenal plays one of their worst game of the season, as they struggle against an 18th team Fulham at home, despite the fact Arsenal beat them away by a 3-0 goal to nil in the first leg of the competition. Although Mikel Arteta rested some players because they played too much of match recently. VAR canceled Ceballos's goal in the first half of the match, because the toe of Bukayo Saka is offside, although many of the fans do not agree with the VAR Decision. Josh Maja scored a penalty in the 57th minutes to put
Manchester United picked up their fifth straight win in their last six fixtures in the Premier League on Sunday after they comfortably defeated Burnley 3-1 at the Old Trafford Stadium.Match hero, Mason Greenwood was solely responsible for the red devil's victory in the fixture as he scored two goals in the 48th & 84th minute respectively, before Edinson Cavani also scored in the 90+2 minute of the match to secure a well deserved 3-1 win for his side at home.
Eddie Nketiah struck in late goal to rescue a point for the Gunners and deny relegation-threatened, Fulham a fine away win in their English Premier League tie at the Emirates Stadium. Nigeria forward Josh Maja looked set to be Fulham hero as his brilliant 59th minute spot kick was almost enough to get a 1st ever victory away to Arsenal at the 30th time of asking. But Eddie Nketiah netted in stoppage time to deny the Cottagers all 3 points as Mikel Arteta's men salvaged a less-than-convincing point at the Emirates.
Super Eagles of Nigeria star Josh Maja was on target for Scott Parker led Fulham football club of England on Sunday afternoon, as he scored his team's only goal, in their 1-1 away draw against Mikel Arteta led Arsenal football club, in the week 32 of the English Premier League. The former Sunderland football club of England star returned to his team's first eleven, and he was able to impress, as he rescued a point for his team away from home. Josh Maja started in the away team's attack alongside Ivan Cavaleiro,
Arsenal played out a 1:1 draw against one of the relating side Fulham in the week 32 of the English premier league. The Video Assistant Referee (VAR) decision to cancel Ceballos goal on the first half of the game deserves an explanation by the Premier league FA and the center Referee Craig Pawson. The Gunners could have gotten the lead in the first half of the game but the VAR decision against Daniel Ceballos deserves to be questioned. The VAR decision to cancel Arsenal Gail was totally wrong and that decision
Fulham were hosted by Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium today as they did extremely well to hold their hosts 1-1 draw away from home. Arsenal clearly dominated the game but huge credit goes out to Fulham as they were able to keep the Gunners at bay defensively. Their hardwork eventually paid off when Nigerian International, Josh Maja scored beautifully from the penalty spot in the 59th minute to give his side a well deserved 1-0 lead. Last minute drama as Edward Nketiah scored the equaliser for the Gunners in
Super Eagles fringe player, Josh Maja on Saturday emerged as the second youngest ever player to score a Premier League penalty against Arsenal football club. The youngest player to achieve this feat was former Manchester City and Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge. Maja who is on loan to Fulham from Bordeaux in France, converted a 59th-minute penalty after Arsenal defender Gabriel was adjudged by VAR reviews to have taken down Fulham’s Mario Lemina with an outstretched leg in the lone goal stalemate at the
Super Eagles striker Josh Maja scored a 59th minute penalty as relegation threatened Fulham forced Arsenal at the Emirates in the Premier League today to a 1-1 draw. Eddie Nketiah scored a 96th minute equalizer to give the Gunners a hope of qualifying for Europe next season. Super Eagles defender Ola Aina was also in the game for the entire duration in a game the Scott Parker tutored side could have won. Fulham regular, Central defender of Nigerian descent, Tosin Adarabioyo was also in action for the entirety
Super Eagles striker Josh Maja becomes second youngest player to score penalty against Arsenal in English Premier league. Josh Maja converted a second half penalty as Fulham played 1-1 draw with Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium this Sunday. Maja was handed the opportunity to score from six yards after Arsenal's defender Gabriel Magalhaes tripped Mario Lemina in the box. Maja then became the second-youngest player to score a Premier League penalty against Arsenal, after Daniel Sturridge for Man City in November
Scott Parker led Fulham team were in action away from home against Mikel Arteta's Arsenal side at the Emirates Stadium in their 33rd league game of the season. The visitor were very impressive in the game of the day as they put up decisive spirit against the Gunners to earned a point in the thrilling encounter. Nigerian international, Josh Maja was part of the squad fielded by the visiting team having been a key figure in the squad paraded by the visitor manager. The 22 years old football talent was yet again
The gunners face Fulham on Sunday afternoon at the Emirates stadium in one of the most anticipated London derby of the season. Both teams are struggling for form at the moment, Arsenal sits 9th on the Premier league log while Fulham are 18th. The visitors took the lead in the second half after VAR confirmed a foul on Mario Lemina to be a spot kick, Nigerian international, Josh Maja stepped up and score for Fulham. Arsenal were lucky to snatch a late minute equaliser, by substitute Edward Nkethia. The match ended
Substitute Eddie Nketiah scored in the seventh minute of second-half stoppage time as Arsenal earned a 1-1 home draw to deny Fulham a win in their battle for safety. Arsenal started the match brightly, Gabriel Martinelli clipping wide in the second minute and then testing Fulham goalkeeper Alphonse Areola five minutes later. Josh Maja had a shot deflected narrowly off target at the other end before Dani Ceballos thought he had headed the hosts into a first-half lead, but Bukayo Saka was offside in the build-up.
33 matches gone,5 more to still play,15 more points to accumulate as Fulham look to make a historic comeback into the premier league ahead of the 2021/2022 season. Scoring an all important penalty kick at Emirates Josh Maja scored his second goal in as many matches and that has been how instrumental he has been this season for the London club. He has been in the middle of it all,scoring crucial goals since his arrival in January from bordeaux and slightly looking up to his international teammate's Ademola lookman
The Gunnars played against Fulham football club yesterday in a premier league encounter that ended 1-1.Fulham defender Joachim Andersen has come out to say presently there is a lot of frustration in the team after their 1-1 draw with Arsenal yesterday.During the encounter Fulham were in the lead thanks to Josh Maja penalty, however Eddie Nketiah equalize for the Gunner during the late hours of the game.