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Arsenal finally wins again after two draws

Before the start of this season, Arsenal fans had a feeling of confidence for their team. Since the Gunners don’t get distracted by European football, the hope was they could do something serious in this season. Getting back into a serious top 4 race. Now, with 8 games on the board, Arsenal was on 10 points, far off the top 4. This weekend they played the Premier League opener match on Friday evening at home against Aston Villa.

First half magic

The first half was a very exciting one between these two teams. With Thomas Partey opening the score in the 23rd minute for Arsenal. Right on the verge of half-time, the Gunners were rewarded with a penalty. Gabonese striker Aubameyang took on the job to double the lead. He failed in his first attempt, which got stopped by Emi Martinez, but he netted the rebound. Giving Arsenal a 2-0 lead at half-time. A score they haven’t got too much at the break lately.

Second half

Emil-Smith Rowe sealed the deal for Arsenal when he scored the 3-0 early in the second half. From this moment onwards Arsenal knew they would get the three points and got a bit sloppy. Late in the second half Arsenal lost their clean sheet to a goal by Jacob Ramsey. Which wasn’t anywhere close enough to bring the tension back into the game. Arsenal got the three points and they deserved them. This victory brought them to 10th place for at least a day. It depends on the team they passed if they can get them back this weekend. Next weekend Arsenal faces a tough away match against Leicester City. Can they add another three points to their tally? Book your Leicester City v Arsenal tickets and watch this match live at King Power Stadium.