Just when you thought that Arsenal have turned the tide for the better, they go ahead to undo all of their good work in an instant. This was made evident as the Gunners were held at home to visiting Crystal Palace in a Matchday Eight clash at the Emirates Stadium on Monday night.
Photo Credit: Instagram Arsenal played 2-2 with Crystal palace during their EPL game today .Alexander Lacazette scored a last minute goal which helped the two teams to share equal points. Crystal Palace manager Patrick Vieira really displayed an emotional gesture during the game and that shows he is a good manager.
As expected, it was an entertaining match, as both teams gave their all in order to get three points, but at the end, it was a point shared. Arsenal in particular put in a below par performance, but there is one player, who showed an unusual work rate in the game.
Former Arsenal player and legend, Thierry Henry a few days ago expressed his concern about the misadventures of the club that brought him into the limelight of the footballing world. Henry revealed his lack of confidence in coach Mikel Arteta in leading the Gunners in the right direction despite being at the helm of affairs for two seasons.
53-year-old English referee, Mike Dean have, been assigned to officiate Arsenal's Premier League game against Crystal Palace on Monday. As we anticipate this fixture, we will be looking at how the gunners have fared in the last few Arsenal games the referee officiated About seven EPL matches will be played tomorrow, but unfortunately, Arsenal fans will have to wait till Monday night before they can see their team play.
Arsenal drew today's Premier League game to their London rival at the Emirates Stadium. Arsenal fought back to claim a point against Patrick Vieira side at the Emirates Stadium. Despite today's match result, there were things Aubameyang did in today's match that he needs to do on regular basis to improve his game and make his team benefit.
After a sluggish start, Arsenal have managed to get their season back on track with three wins in their last four Premier league games. Shortly after the International break, the Red contingent of North London will welcome Crystal Palace to the Emirates Stadium for their 8th game of the 2021-22 campaign.
Arsenal hosts Crystal Palace in a week eight English Premier league game on a Monday. The Gunners have won all their last seven Premier league games played on a Monday scoring fifteen goals and conceding just two according to Arsenal News. But, against Crystal Palace that has Patrick Vieira, a former Arsenal player as coach, can Arsenal continue its winning streak in Monday's matches?
Opinion: Lacazette's Performance Against Crystal Palace Is Why Arsenal Needs To Extend His Contract.
Alexander Lacazette has once again shown that he has the attitude and desire to win, after getting the last minute equalizer in a 2-2 draw against Crystal Palace on Monday 18th October. That is a mentality most Arsenal players lack and also needs to imbibe in the younger players, which is why the club needs to extend his contract.
Why Arteta Should Have A Mentality Talk With Lacazette After His Goal Celebration in The Palace Game
Crystal Palace nearly ran out with all three points as Patrick Vieira's men went up against the gunners at the Emirates stadium, the gunners began the game on the front foot but after an injury to Bukayo Saka the gunners were unable to get a hold on the game and Crystal Palace were able to score two second half goals, the eagles were headed for an unlikely victory at the emirates but a late strike from Alexander Lacazette cut any hopes of three points.
Arsenal drew with Crystal Palace at the Emirates Stadium in a thrilling London derby. Patrick Vieira side looked more threatening in the second half of the match, they equalized and took the lead but Arsenal fought till the end and salvaged a point. Mikel Arteta could have lost his third London derby in just four derbies this season if Alexander Lacazette failed to turn up in the final minutes of the match.
Matches went down in the Premier League today, as the Matchday nine fixtures continued. Chelsea had the biggest win of the season, Manchester City kept their fine form going, Claudio Ranieri with his first win at Watford, Patrick Vieira side dropping points once again from winning position.
Super Eagles of Nigeria prospect Micheal Olise was exceptional for Crystal Palace football club on Monday night, as he came from the bench to help the team secure a draw against Mikel Arteta led Arsenal football club at Emirates Stadium. The youngster was dropped to the bench by coach Patrick Vieira and he was able to impress after being introduced in the second half of the game.
Arsenal play Crystal Palace at the Emirates on Monday night in the Premier League, hoping to continue their revival after the international break. The Gunners are unbeaten in their previous four games, including a 3-1 victory against Tottenham in the north London derby, which was by far their greatest performance of the season.
Who would have thought that Arsenal would be celebrating a London derby draw like they'd just won the Premier league title. After their disastrous start to the seasonbin which they lost their first 3 games, Arteta's men seemed to have built a bit of momentum and before kickoff today, they had a chance to go 1 point behind Manchester United on the table.
Current Crystal Palace manager, Patrick Vieira played as an Arsenal FC player for nine (9) years, that is, from1996 to 2005. He was the captain of the club when they won the invincible in the 2003/2004 season under the club former manager, Arsene Wenger.
Alexandre Lacazette's last ditch strike secure Arsenal a point against a decent Crystal Palace side. As disappointing as the game was, I think Mikel Arteta is not to be blamed for the draw. It was a great reception for former Arsenal captain, Patrick Vieira at the Emirates, but he broke the heart of the gunners fans, as his team denied the gunners a chance to close in on Manchester United in the league table.
Patrick Vieira, Crystal Palace manager has said he will always be an Arsenal fan and remained coy on if he will return to the club. Photo Credit: Google The Frenchman saw his side denied three points on Monday night, thanks to a last-gasp Alexandre Lacazette goal.
The last game in the match day 8 of the English premier league was wrapped up yesterday with Arsenal FC hosting Crystal Palace at the Emirates Stadium. Crystal Palace made their trip to the North London club in their London Derby under the management of former Arsenal player and club legend, Patrick Vieira who replaced Roy Hodgson at the Selhurst Park in the summer.
Arsenal's position in the English Premier League has increased and now the Gunners have moved to 13th position. Arsenal come back after a 2-1 defeat and ended the match draw. Photo Credit: Twitter.com Lacazette played so well and make sure that he do everything he can do to save the Gunners from the mess tonight.