Arsenal has now kept two clean sheets in three Premier League games. Conceded only one goal in the process and sequentially scored five goals as well. The paper talks would be centered on the attackers who scored the goals, we give fewer praises to the manifold of players who are toiling so hard to get all the three points sealed for the club.
Photo credit: standard.co.uk Arsenal are hosting Tottenham Hotspurs in a London derby at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday for their sixth round of the 2021/2022 Premier League season. Mikel Arteta's team are thirteenth on the Premier League table with six points after five games played. Tottenham Hotspurs have earned a total of nine points after winning their first three games in the Premier League, and they are sitting in the tenth position on the Premier League table.
1. Bukayo Saka. The Arsenal youngster was at his best today against Tottenham at the Emirates Stadium. The Gunners boss Mikel Arteta named him along side Emile Smith Rowe and Aubameyang in attack and he was the one pulling all the strings for the Gunners. Bukayo Saka assisted the first goal in the first half, before getting a goal of his own just before halftime to make it 3-0 to Arsenal.
Arsenal are in red hot form at the moment and their latest victory saw them thrash Tottenham 3-1 at the Emirates, the most important thing about today's victory is the performance from the Arsenal players, they were very vibrant and aggressive, in fact the gunners were too much for their North London neighbors.
The North London based club Arsenal continued their impressive run of form as they got an emphatic 3 - 1 win over Tottenham Hotspurs. The English Premier League giants Arsenal were dominant all through the match as they recorded their third consecutive victory of the season. Credit: Google
The Gunners go into Sunday afternoon's 4.30pm kick-off on the back of three straight victories in all competitions following their horror start to the season. Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka could feature in the squad facing Tottenham Hotspur after serving a three-match ban which he received when the Gunners played Chelsea.
The North London Club Arsenal would be in action on Wednesday when they face Championship side Wimbledon at Emirates Stadium. The Arsenal first team players, Under 23 and fringe players are already training ahead of their crucial cup match against Wimbledon. Most of the first team players were also spotted at the training ground ahead of crucial cup match against Championship side Wimbledon.
Starting the 2021/2022 season with three straight defeats, most Arsenal fans were calling for their manager Mikel Arteta, to be shown the exit door, as they feel he was not the man to take them back to their glory days. Arsenal lost to newly promoted side Brentford (2-0), European Champions Chelsea (2-0 at home), and were humiliated by Manchester City (5-0).
Ben White Played his first game against Brentford and everyone accused him of being a fraudulent signing from Brighton. It's easy to judge a player with only one match these days, but the criticism looks to have made Ben stronger. After his return from the Covid setback, he has blocked the defensive park with Gabriel.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta will be looking forward to continue with his two match wining streaks in the EPL when his team host North London rival Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday. These match is a very big one for Mikel Arteta and a must win for the manager following the increase in pressure on him from the club supporter after a three consecutive defeat in the EPL during the early stage of the season and this has brought doubt among some supporter on his qualities.
Arsenal recorded their second victory of the season after defeating Burnley by 1-0 in the week 5 of the English premier league. Mikel Arteta started his strongest team against Burnley who have a better head to head record against Arsenal in their last 3 games. Arsenal Started against Burnley on a high note with brilliant ball possession in the middle of the field.
Having endured three consecutive defeats in the Premier League, Mikel Arteta found a way to get Arsenal to start winning games, since then it's been two consecutive 1-0 wins against Norwich and Burnley, that's a good return compared to what they were getting. Their next game comes against Wimbledon in the EFL cup, the gunners have the already kicked of their EFL cup campaign with a 6-0 win over Westbrom, their next game will be against AFC Wimbledon and going into the game Mikel Arteta will need to rest some of his first team players in other to give some fringe players game time.
Arsenal seems to have gotten back on track after their dismal early season form that saw them lose their first three Premier League games, they did so without scoring a single goal, since their last defeat to Man City the gunners have gotten back on track with two consecutive wins against Norwich and Burnley.
The Video Assistant Referee decision to reverse Burnley's penalty against Arsenal is one of the reasons why the system was introduced to football. Arsenal continues to impress this season with a back to back victory after losing their first 3 games of the season. A brilliant formation from Arsenal head coach gave the Gunners an edge over Burnley.
Arsenal got a 1-0 victory over Burnley FC yesterday at the Turf Moor in the fifth game-week of the Premier League season. The Gunners were looking to build on their 1-0 win over Norwich last weekend and would be happy to have achieved their objective. Martin Odegaard's free-kick goal was all it took for the Gunners to take home the full three points as Arsenal's defence remained resolute and didn't crumble under the immense pressure from Burnley's physical strikers Ashley Barnes and Chris Wood.
Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta has confirmed Ghana international Thomas Partey, and Switzerland ace Granit Xhaka, are in the best possible shape ahead of Tottenham Hotspur's visit on Sunday. Thomas Partey and Granit Xhaka have been out owing to injury and suspension respectively, with the Switzerland international testing positive for Covid-19 in the past and has since recovered.
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.
Arsenal are set to take on 7th place league one team, Wimbledon in the EFL Cup third round, and I expect a lot of changes to be made in the team. In the previous EFL game against West Bromwich, Arteta named a strong starting line-up, and got rewarded with a 6-0 win.
Arsenal under Arteta Mikel Arteta is now in the middle of his third season at Arsenal. Of course, he took over midway through the 2019/20 season following the firing of Unai Emery, but the Spaniard only guided the Gunners to eighth place in that span. 2020/21 would be Arteta's first full season in command, and with big signings like Thomas Partey and Gabriel, fans were probably expecting a bit more from his side.
Paul Merson has praised Arsenal midfielder Ainsley Maitland-Niles on Sky Sports News (5:31pm, September 18, 2021) for his performance against Burnley on Saturday. Arsenal faced tough Burnley on Saturday afternoon. Burnley did their best to beat Arsenal, but the Gunners were determined to finish strong.