Arsenal claimed a late 2-4 victory against Aston Villa in a match which wasn’t an easy one, MySportDab reports.
The Gunners claimed all three points this time as they bounce back from their struggle after losing their number one position to Manchester City.
First Half Report
The first half between both teams was incredible as three goals were record with the two of them making something happen in the match.
Aston Villa scored the opening goal in the 5th minutes which came from Ollie Watkins who was able to calmly finish to make the scoreline 1-0 as they started well.
Arsenal did a lot from their end which paid off with Bukayo Saka scoring in the 16th minutes of the match that made things come back the way it is 1-1 as they continued.
The home side were able to restore their lead in the 31st minutes of the match which made things 2-1 with Philippe Coutinho as they continued making sure it is all about them.
The first half of the match came to an end with Aston Villa taking a 2-1 lead against Arsenal after 45 minutes of football played between them.
Second Half Report
The second half started well with the home side doing their possible best making sure nothing get past them in the encounter.
Aston Villa held on fine in the early minutes of the second half but they couldn’t add to the advantage which could have given them a much better upper hand.
Unai Emery was enjoying the match as he continued to pass out information to make sure his players are able to keep thing calm against a team he was once their manager.
Arsenal netted back in the 61st minutes which made the scoreline 2-2 with Oleksandr Zinchenko making the goal happen as they continued with the remaining part of the match.
Emiliano Martinez own-goal made it 2-3 as the Gunners were a totally different team heading into the final stages of the second of the match.
Arsenal were to able earn all three points after another late Goal from Gabriel Martinelli gifted the Gunners a 2-4 victory after 90 minutes of football played between both teams.
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