Please Before You Move On Quickly Hit The 'FOLLOW' Button Above, Thanks. Manchester United Midfielder McTominay, Liverpool's Left Back Andrew Robertson and Arsenal Left Back Keiran Tierney were all present and played 90 minutes as Scotland edged Serbia out 5-4 on Penalties to secure their spot in the Euro 2021 group stages for the first in 24 years. Scotland scored first in the match in the second half through Ryan Christie and were heading for a win until Luka Jovic struck in the 90th minute to make it 1-1
Arsenal fans have every reason to be optimistic this season because they have had a very good transfer window and an outstanding start to the campaign. The club was able to sign Willian and Partey, birth of which are experienced players capable of influencing any club they play for. The Gunners will play against Manchester City on Saturday and there is hope for them. The fans know that they have beaten Manchester City before and they can still so it again. It is expected that the firmer Atletico Madrid midfielder,
Arsenal will welcome Villarreal at the Emirates Stadium, for the second leg of the Uefa Europa league semi finals.Arsenal suffered a 2-1 defeat in the first leg.The Gunners have seen today's match as the most important game of the season, considering their thirst for champions league football next season.
The international break does not bring much club football news but that does not mean that football is on hold. Far from it. Football is more featured now more than ever. Four of Manchester United players have been involved in matches during the break so far. Many of those matches were international friendlies, others were qualifiers for the Euros. Scott Mctominay played as a centre back in the tight contested match against Serbia which ended with penalty kicks after 120 minutes. Mctominay converted his penalty
The Sun have reported that Arsenal are willing to sign Ajax fullback Nicolas Tagliafico for a fee reported to be close to £20 million. The two natural leftbacks at the club are Keiran Tierney and Sead Kolasinac who have had fitness problems since the season started. While Tierney is a very promising player, he has yet to prove his worth to the team and Mikel Arteta's need to solidify that position if the team are to compete for Champions League qualification is paramout. This means that one or even both pl
Arsenal FC have been sweating on the fitness of the Gunners captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ahead of their Premier League clash and withdrew from the Gabon squad with sprained ankle this week. It's was confirmed by Gabon boss Patrice Neveu, he told RFI saying: “Aubameyang suffers from a small sprained ankle, contracted on Sunday, during the Premier League match against Sheffield. “The Arsenal doctor sent me a certificate indicating his unavailability. He is in care for a week.” Also, Keiran Tierney had