Arsenal make it two wins in a row in the English Premier League as they defeated Burnley 1-0 at the Turf Moor on Saturday afternoon. Arsenal summer signing Martin Odegaard scored a stunning free-kick in the first half to give the Gunners the deserved win over the Clarets. After the game, the former Real Madrid star reacts to his team's victory over Sean Dyche's men.
Arsenal was in action once again on Wednesday night. The Gunners has been criticized by many following their loss in their first two games of the season. Arsenal however returned to winning ways in their first carabao cup game. Odegaard, Aubameyang , Kolasinac, Elneny, Ramsdale were among those who started the game tonight.
Arsenal football club are no doubt the most underrated club so far due to their recent performances in the English Premier League. They started the 2021/22 season in poor form losing their first three game with no goal scored so far. Not minding their poor start, Arsenal will come out good to dominate the EPL after the International break with the outstanding signings they made during the summer transfer window.
Left-footed players are very important for balance in football. However, they are difficult to come by. Their scarcity is why they are very valuable. Below are five of the best left-footed midfielders in the world: 5. Bernardo Silva - Manchester City Bernardo Silva wanted to leave Manchester City last season but a move never materialized.
Mikel Arteta's Decision To Buy Odegaard Instead of Maddison Seems To Have Turned Out Well For Arsenal
Not an exciting start of the season for Arsenal but the club is gradually getting back on track with two straight wins and two clean sheets in the bank. Praises have to be lauded on Arteta's efforts in rehabilitating the team after their woes to the start of the season.
Arsenal continued their impressive form with a comfortable 3-1 victory over their North London rivals Tottenham, Mikel Arteta's men scored three first half goals to get the job done, while Tottenham was only able to score one goal in the second half but the goal deficit could have been reduced to just one had VAR and the referee awarded them a very close penalty call.
Martin Odegaard has revealed that he wishes to win the Champions League title with Arsenal Football club. He is one of the players who were recently signed by Arsenal on a permanent deal in the recently concluded window. The midfielder stated in an interview that he wishes to return to the pinnacle of European football.
Arsenal played against Burnley in the Premier League today as they got a 1:0 win. Check out 3 errors that Mikel Arteta avoided in the match. 1) Using a weak lineup The first error that Mikel Arteta avoided in the match against Burnley today was using a weak lineup.
1. Martin Odegaard. Playing as a midfield pivot with Thomas Partey, Odegaard was sublime against Burnley. Now Arsenal's players were not that impressive today, in fact, Burnley created more chances and were more dominat than many thought they would be prior to the game.
Martin Odegaard was denied the opportunity to prove himself at Real Madrid, the lad was eager to impress Carlo Ancelotti when he returned to the Los Blancos side. Fortunately for Arsenal, Real Madrid wasn't intrigued with his talent and mastery of the ball. The Norwegian man has settled down so fast in the Arsenal's team, quick effect on the club attack.
Odegaard in a recent interview made mention of the fact that he wants to win the Champions League with Arsenal. These are the two reasons why Odegaard made such a statement. 1. He believes in Arteta's plan: Odegaard joined Arsenal from Real Madrid and has seen Arteta as the manager that can lead the club to success, even though the club is struggling and has not won a game this season.
During his brief but encouraging spell at Arsenal, Martin Odegaard made quite an impression on Mikel Arteta as well as the majority of Arsenal fans. As far as we know, his transfer at around £30m and rising to £34m could be seen as a shrewd, if late, piece of business because the media deemed him to be the club’s main target.
Arsenal will resume English Premier League action with a game against relegation rivals Norwich at Emirates Stadium tomorrow. In this article, we'll be looking at how Mikel Arteta could set up his starting XI for the game. Let's have a look: Formation Mikel Arteta is expected to play with the 4-2-3-1 formation.
There's no gainsaying that Real Madrid is a star-studded team. Even the best among the best Players find it difficult to break into the first team squad, not to talk about securing a permanent spot in the club's starting XI. World class Players like Isco, Gareth Bale and Eder Militao have had to spent an extended stay on bench as unused substitutes because of the competitiveness that exist inside the Los Blancos Squad.
Mikel Arteta has mentioned that a 4-3-3 system with Martin Odegaard and Emile Smith-Rowe alongside Thomas Partey could help Arsenal's lack of creativity. The Gunners have failed to score in each of their first three Premier League games this season, a new low for the North London club.
Martin Odegaard has stated why he believes returning to Arsenal on a permanent basis is "ideal" for him after joining from Real Madrid. The midfielder is currently on international duty with Norway, where he helped his team to a 1-1 draw against the Netherlands yesterday. He has two more games before returning to North London, with Latvia and Gibraltar awaiting him.
opiniom: Chelsea Condition Under Lampard Prove That Odegaard's Dream of Winning UCL with Arsenal is Possible
Chelsea previous unimpressive condition before Frank Lampard is sacked is a clear proof that Martin Odegaard's optimism on winning UEFA Champions League with Arsenal is possible. Before Thomas Tuchel replaced the former Chelsea manager in January, many had already predicted how Chelsea's season would be like, with most predicting that they won't finish in the top-four position.
Fans on social media are trolling Arsenal's new signing, Martin Odegaard after he said he wants to win the UEFA Champions League with Arsenal. The former Real Madrid man speaking on his ambition with his new club via football daily stated : "We want to get back to European football and then hopefully with time win trophies and win the Champions League and win the league in couple of years"
Arsenal just scored their second goal of the season through Odegaard. The goal came at the 30th minute of their game against Norwich. The Gunners had played three matches, conceded nine goals and scored none. As such, they lost their first three matches, and was placed at the 20th position before their match Norwich City.
Xhaka will be part of the Arsenal matchday squad for the North London derby against Tottenham at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday. The Switzerland international midfielder – who cost Arsenal £30 million when they signed him from Borussia Monchengladbach in the summer of 2016, as reported by Sky Sports at the time – has served his three-match suspension now.