Although West Ham unexpectedly led Arsenal until the 53rd minute, they eventually lost the match 3-1. Arsenal London, thanks to the victory in the London derby, strengthened its lead in the table Premier League.
Arsenal win, Lukasz Fabianski makes a mistake
Arsenal from the first minutes match He had a clear advantage over West Ham, as evidenced by the goal he scored very quickly. In the fifth minute, Bukayo Saka defeated Łukasz Fabiański, but after analysis. VAR Strike is not allowed. Despite this, the players of the English Premier League leaders prevailed. The turning point in the match was a penalty kick awarded to West Ham in the 27th minute. Said Benrahma had no problem beating Aaron Ramsdal from eleven meters. West Ham were leading 1-0 and looking better as time went on. The goal is to give the players a lot of confidence. The score was 1-0 until the end of the first half.
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After changing the team, Arsenal quickly began to make up for the losses. Already in the 53rd minute it was 1: 1. The goal work was developed by Martin Odegaard, who ran down the wing into the center of the field and attempted a shot. In the end, the ball landed at the feet of Bukayo Saki, who defeated Łukasz Fabiański. Five minutes later Arsenal were ahead. A huge mistake on the goal of Gabriel Martinelli was made by Lukasz Fabianski, who was out of place and gave Arsenal a goal.
In the following minutes, Arsenal continued to hold the ball. In the 69th minute it was 3: 1. Odegaard played the ball to Eddie Nketiah, who sent the ball into the bottom left corner and beat Lukasz Fabiański. In the following minutes, the captain’s players sought to score the fourth goal and were very close to it. Martin Odegaard and Bukayo Saka had the best chances. On the other hand, West Ham did not show much initiative and had trouble building work. Only in the last action of the match did they make a dangerous shot, which was saved by the Arsenal goalkeeper at the last moment. In the end, the match ended with a score of 3: 1. Arsenal extended their lead over Newcastle to seven points.
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