Manchester United vs Arsenal was one eventful game. The tie saw both sides score 2 goals. Let’s take a look at some of the most eventful moments from the match.
Manchester United drew yet again in the Premier League as Arsenal keep its unbeaten status. United still need improvements and here are some areas that must be addressed.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang once again proved to be the knight in shining armour Arsenal fans were longing to see since years. Arsene Wenger's last addition to the Emirates is turning out to be the ineffable farewell gift from the former manager.
The striker became the first player to reach double-digit goals this
With a terrific display against Bournemouth away from home and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang netting the winner, the Gunners have much to cheer for - 17 games unbeaten and the North London Derby next. To add to the joy of the Gooners, reports flew in a couple of weeks ago that Mesut Özil
The first few weeks of the Premier League season haven't really taught us too much that we didn't already know. Manchester City and Liverpool look the best equipped to battle for the title, Huddersfield and Cardiff look the least equipped to score goals and Wolves already have a side that should
This year we saw the departure of the long time fan favourite Alexis Sanchez and to fill his boots came the Armenian, Henrikh Mkhitaryan from Manchester United in a very rare swap deal.
The far wide midfielder hasn't yet started for Arsenal but in the matches he was subbed in, he
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
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
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,