Emirates Cup won by Galatasaray, Pre-Season win
Arsenal were denied a victory by Didier Drogba as he scored two late goals. Galatasary entered the match one goal down, a loss soon remedied by Drogba who lead the team to victory in the Emirates Cup. Walcott scored a fortunate goal in the first half for Arsenal, but Drogba and Sneijder being placed on the pitch at half time changed the game entirely. The Ivorian took advantage of poor defending and a dodgy penalty call led to a goal scored against North London's club. This was Cazorla's first pre-season match since playing at the Confederations Cup for Spain. Sanogo was also given an up-front start by Wenger. A variety of tickets for English Premier League matches are available now. Watch your favourite team in play and purchase Man UTD tickets, Chelsea tickets or Arsenal tickets online in advance. Drogba experienced some grief from the crowd watching the Emirates game, claiming it was in good fun, "They're just trying to distract me from scoring. It's just fun and it's part of the game." Arsene Wenger admitted, "Drogba did well when he was let onto the pitch. He's still at the top of his game, you can see that from the way he played yesterday as well. His physical strength and intelligence are as good as ever. We were truly exhausted by the end of it, especially since Mertesacker has played both games and just returned from travelling to Asia. Drogba took advantage of it and scored a penalty in his classic style."