Alexander Lacazette late penalty ensured Arsenal completes a comeback to beat Tottenham 2-1 in a London Derby which Oedegaard was also on target, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
It was an evenly matched first half encounter which both sides found the back of the net as we witnessed lots of good play in the Derby.
Tottenham controlled play in the early stages as they carried on before scoring the opener in the 33rd minute which came through Erik Lamela as Spurs took a 1-0 lead.
Arsenal didn’t give up as they leveled things 1-1 in the 44th minute which came after a nice buildup play before Martin Oedegaard grabbed the equalizer with a fine finish.
The first half of the encounter ended with Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham as they both headed for the break with a draw scoreline.
Second Half Report
It wasn’t like the first 45 minutes which both sides scored, but the second half did provide some magic and good display of football from both teams.
Alexander Lacazette gave Arsenal the lead in the 64th minute which came after Spurs committed a foul that a penalty was awarded to the Gunners which the Frenchman stepped up and made it 2-1.
Things got worst for Tottenham who were down behind as their goal scorer Erik Lamela was sent off in the 76th minute after a second yellow card which came 10 minutes after his first card.
The match ended with Arsenal 2-1 Tottenham as Mikel Arteta’s side claimed a huge victory in the London Derby which wasn’t an easy ride for the home side.
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