The Video Assistant Referee called the center Referee to review a penalty decision towards the last minute of the game in the week 9 match between Arsenal and Aston Villa at Emirate Stadium. The week 9 English premier league started with an entertaining match between Arsenal and Aston Villa at Friday night.
Ten (10) games were played across ten (10) venues from Friday, October 22 to Sunday, 24 October 2021 in the English Premier League. Arsenal FC was the first club to play and put in an impressive performance which led to the club winning against Aston Villa by 3-1 goals, courtesy of goals from the club captain, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Thomas Partey and Emile Smith Rowe.
Another big win for Mikel Arteta's team in the week 9 of the English premier league against Aston Villa on Friday night football at Emirate Stadium. It was an entertaining 90 minutes match between the two teams who showed class from the beginning of the match to the end.
Arsenal beat Aston Villa last Friday with a 3-2 scoreline at the Emirates Stadium. The Gunners put on a scintillating performance in front of their fans and also moved level on points with Manchester United. The goals were scored by Thomas Partey, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, Emile Smith Rowe and Jacob Ramsey.
It was an entertaining match between Arsenal and Aston Villa in the week 9 of the English premier league but our focus will be on 3 Wrong decisions the VAR and the Referee made at Emirate Stadium. Arsenal are back to winning ways the English premier league after defeating Aston Villa by 3-1.
Arsenal won the interesting Premier League encounter against Aston Villa at the Emirates Stadium last Friday with a 3-1 scoreline. Ghanaian midfielder Thomas Partey opened the scoring with a header in the 23rd minute before Pierre Emerick Aubameyang scored from the penalty spot on the stroke of halftime to double Arsenal's lead.
Arsenal won a very interesting encounter with Aston Villa at the Emirates Stadium last Friday with a 3-1 scoreline. The goals were scored by Thomas Partey, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, Emile Smith Rowe and Jacob Ramsey. Aston Villa came to the Emirates Stadium with a clear game plan to press aggressively high against the Arsenal defence and force mistakes on which they can capitalise.
Arsenal had their best performance so far this season in the Premier League match against Aston Villa. They seem to be benefiting from the rest brought about by lack of European club competition as they are improving with each passing game. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang celebrates his goal for Arsenal against Aston Villa
Arsenal have been in great form in recent performances. They have played their last 5 games without losing any of them (3 wins and 2 draws). This shows that Arteta has been doing a great job and I believe he will take Arsenal to the old glory days.
The clash between Arsenal and Aston Villa kick-started Premier League match-week 9. Arsenal opened the match-week with a 3-1 victory against Aston Villa at the Emirates Stadium. The Gunners moved up the Premier League table after their 3-1 victory over Aston Villa. Arsenal got the first lead of the match when Thomas Partey scored a wonderful header from a corner kick by Emile Smith-Rowe.
Arsenal got back to winning ways in the English Premier League with their 3-1 win against Aston Villa in the first match of matchday 9. The Gunners started well against a lacklustre Aston Villa side that seems to have lost some of the venoms that made them such a dangerous team at the beginning of the season.
Arsenal FC returned to winning ways after a back to back draw against Brighton and Crystal Palace. It is no longer news that the Gunners won the game by 3-1 goals, courtesy of goals from Thomas Partey, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Emile Smith Rowe. Jacob Ramsey scored Aston Villa's consolation goal.
Before today's game, Arsenal FC lost its last three (3) matches against Aston Villa by 5-0 goals aggregate. Arsenal FC was a better side against Aston Villa at the Emirates Stadium on Friday night. The players' brilliant display from the first minute of the game helped Arsenal FC score 2-0 goals before the end of the first half.
Arsenal secured a massive three points last night against a stubborn Aston Villa side, who have given them a tough time in the previous three matches. It was a well deserve win for the gunners, and one thing I observed in that match is that, Mikel Arteta played Thomas Partey in his preferred box-to-box midfield role, and he performed perfectly well.
The Video Assistant Referee and the Referee works together in other to make sure that good decisions are taken in matches. Another Impressive Performance in the week 9 of the English premier league from top EPL teams this season but the Article is focused on the Referee's decision that was changed after the VAR ordered for a review.
The gunners fans smiled home tonight with a comfortable win over Aston Villa at Emirates stadium. The video assistant referee played a vital role in Arsenal win over their visitors. Mikel Arteta has proven his competence in handling the Arsenal team after playing straight seven matches in all competitions without losing any match.
Thomas Partey recently scored his first goal for the Gunners since his arrival from Atletico Madrid in October last year for a £45 million fee. The Ghanaian midfielder scored Arsenal's first goal in their 3-1 home win against Aston Villa. Before joining Arsenal, Partey had scored 29 goals in 291 games for Atletico Madrid B, Mallorca, Almeria, and Atletico Madrid.
Arsenal continued their unbeaten run after losing their first three matches of the 2021/22 EPL season with a 3:1 win over Aston Villa in their match day 9 fixtures at Emirates stadium. Mikel Arteta and his boy took an advantage over a controversial VAR decision to comfortably finish the first half with a 2:0 lead against the away team.
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
Thomas Partey scored his first goal for Arsenal last night in their 3-1 victory over Aston Villa in their primeir league outing. The Ghanian's first half header broke his goal drought in what looks to be his 40th appearance in all competitions. Partey, who completed his move to the Emirates Stadium from Atletico Madrid last year, came close to scoring earlier in the 20th minute but his timely effort came off the woodwork.