Report: Man Utd 3-2 Arsenal (including goals) – Arseblog News

Arsenal: Ramsdale, Tomiyasu, White, Gabriel, Tavares, Partey, Elneny, Odegaard, Martinelli, Smith Rowe, Aubameyang

Register: Okonkwo, Tierney, Holding, Maitland-Niles, Sambi, Pepe, Saka, Lacazette, Nketiah

Arsenal paid the price for sloppiness in defense, when two goals from Ronaldo and one from Bruno Fernandes helped Man United win 3-2 at Old Trafford this evening.

Gabriel Martinelli started ahead of Bukayo Saka, who was fit enough for a place on the bench, while Mohamed Elneny was in the first starting midfield position in the Premier League.

The Gunners got off to a brilliant start, an Aubameyang shot in the first minute leading to a corner that Ben White headed home a last-minute clearance from Rashford.

Dalot made his first effort on target for United in the 8th minute, a regular save for Ramsdale, as well as a save for De Gea after Arsenal’s superb strike saw Partey and Smith Rowe coordinated for Aubameyang, but his shot was tame.

At Old Trafford there was always a problem, but the Gunners’ opener came from a corner, Fred above de Gea and Smith Rowe left-footed. Referee Martin Atkinson blew his whistle after the ball went into the net, but it appeared he would not allow it. Finally, after a few minutes and consultation with the VAR, the goal was awarded. 0-1.

United tried to respond, Tavares handled Rashford well in our box, Maguire shot from long range, Gabriel had to make a good save, and White made a crucial last pass with Telles which made United scream for enjoyment. penalty (it’s not ‘NS!).

At the other end, a rare breakthrough saw Odegaard create a great save for Martinelli but the Brazilian youngster failed to properly connect with his shot and let it go wide. Partey was awarded a free-kick in the danger zone, but it was not dangerous, but just before half-time, United equalized.

Arsenal had a poor finish in the match-fixing phase, United coordinated attack on the left flank, reaching Fred in the box, who squared for Fernandes and Ramsdale had no chance to save. 1-1.

Arsenal should have been awarded a penalty just before half-time when Maguire pulled Tomiyasu back, but the referee did nothing and obviously nothing at VAR HQ, but it was a pretty obvious situation. clear.

That meant the teams were evenly matched in the first half, and although United had plenty of the ball, we could have dealt with their threat. Will it come back to haunt us?

There were no changes at half-time, and an early corner for Arsenal when Gabriel forced De Gea to make a brilliant save, Ramsdale’s equalizer shortly afterwards when Ronaldo turned inside Partey to shoot from long distance. close cup. The Arsenal keeper made another save from Rashford, who shot from long distance, and there were warning signs – more annoying when United took the lead.

Tavares tries to do it for ESR, gets out of position, Rashford gets through and Ronaldo has too much time and space in our box to finish home. 2-1.

However, the lead did not last long, with the equalizer coming two minutes later. Partey passes the ball in favor of Martinelli, he crosses, Odegaard takes the first shot and it narrowly misses the post. 2-2.

Aubameyang tried his luck after a smooth pass from White allowed him to get in behind, but de Gea made a brilliant save. We were about to send Saka on when Odegaard clumsily fouled Fred in our box, and despite the referee’s initial permission, VAR took the right penalty. Ronaldo and his disgusting neck go straight down the middle. 3-2.

Arteta put Saka on for Smith Rowe, and Martinelli’s free-kick helped Aubameyang score but the captain’s shot, when on target, was not powerful enough to make it difficult for de Gea. He had another sight on goal later, but shot straight at de Gea from eight yards out – he could have been offside though as replays showed him leading. match.

This was his last involvement, as he and Odegaard were replaced by Lacazette and Nketiah in the 80th minute. Saka had a good view of goal but hit the keeper after Tavares’ cross, and The England international saw a shot on goal blocked by Fred as the clock ticked 90 minutes.

The Gunners struggled to endure and pounded for five minutes of injury time, but nothing happened and the night ended in overwhelming disappointment. Report: Man Utd 3-2 Arsenal (including goals) – Arseblog News


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