Arsenal are on a high, winning last 3 Premier League games in a row under the new boss Unai Emery. Arsenal were cruising through in last match against Newcastle United that looked to be capitalized since the freekick from Granit Xhaka and a rolling shot by Mesut Ozil seemed to
Arsenal grabbed 3 points against Newcastle United this Saturday as Lucas Torreira made a case for a starting spot and Ozil netted on his 200th game for the club. Apart from all this, there were a few things that need attention. We shall have a look at few of the
It was not pretty, but Arsenal got the job done with another away win in the Arsenal vs Newcastle match and 3 points in the bag to keep up with the the table toppers and close rivals.
From the previous article, one can understand the reasons why this victory was so
Arsenal were aiming for back-to-back away wins for the first time since May 2017. With that being said, this game was far from a foregone conclusion. Newcastle United showed their desire, and despite their lack of financially ability, Rafa Benitez has shown that his side is well drilled and ready
Granit Xhaka and Mesut Ozil were on target as Arsenal beat Newcastle United 2-1 away from home, but difference maker was Lucas Torreira.
After a rather dull first half performance from both sides, the Londoners came on as a more determined side to win away from home. Xhaka scored an exceptional
The Arsenal manager, Unai Emery was on cloud nine after 2 back to back away wins. After the win over Newcastle United, the Gunners seem to have got their machinery oiled and working at full capacity. Emery at the conference, after the clash against the Magpies looked very optimistic about
'Mesut Ozil – Midfield Magician of Mannschaft', whose good first touch and immediate ball control have yet to really sparkle this season.
Unai Emery’s squad have faced 5 matches and are placed 7th position on the league table.
Meanwhile, he Gunners traveled to St' James' Park on Saturday afternoon looking to claim
Newcastle United are set to host Arsenal at St. James Park Stadium this Saturday. The Magpies are currently placed 18th in the Premier League, salvaging only one point from their 4 games played. Arsenal are at 9th place with 2 wins and 2 losses to their name. The visit to
This week Arsenal is up against Newcastle United at St.James Park who have not yet seen a win. Gunners who seem to get their mojo back, must win this match to silence a few outspoken critics. The good news for Gooners is that Torreira and Iwobi who were both injured last
The International break is over and Premier League action returns with some tasteful match-ups. However none intrigues me more than Arsenal's trip to Newcastle.
St James' Park is usually a banana pill for most big sides, where points are too frequently dropped or completely lost.
Unfortunately for Unai Emery and the Gunners,