The Arsenal suffered before him Southampton (1-0) a third defeat in a row that greatly complicates the Champions League options of those from Mikel Arteta.
The ‘Gunners’, who had just lost against the Crystal Palace (3-0) and the Brighton & Hove Albion (1-2), took another setback against a team that had nothing at stake, showing signs of wear and tear in the final stretch of the season.
a bit of Jan Bednarek on the edge of the break sentenced the team of Artetawho has barely managed a goal in the last three games and who the figure of a ‘nine’ from the area like Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang begins to be missingwhich they let out in winter.
The defeat on the coast of England leave the Arsenal sixth, without taking advantage of the puncture of the Tottenham Hotspurwho lost with Brighton & Hove Albion. The ‘Gunners’ have 54 points, the same as the Man Utd and three less than Arsenal. That yes, the Arsenal It has one game less than these two teams, although it does not improve the scoring difference to either of the two teams, in the event that there is a tie on points at the end of the league.
Emile Smith Rowe (59′, Cedric Soares), Nicholas Pepe (69′, Nuno Tavares), Length (73′, Armando Broja), Nathan Redmond (81′, Armstrong), Valentino Livramento (91′, Mohammed Elyounoussi)
Referee: Peter Bankes
VAR Referee: Stuart Attwell
Armando Broja (55′, Yellow) Ben White (90′, Yellow) Length (94′, Yellow