Jakub Kiwior own-goal and Diaz finish was the decider as Arsenal lost 0-2 to Liverpool which sent them out of the Emirates FA Cup, MySportDab reports.
They both stayed on course pushing throughout the first half which saw them defending well against themselves leaving them with no goal.
The match was a close one which both teams did exceptionally well until an own-goal happened and changed the whole situation.
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The tempo of things during the first half was very high knowing what was at stake for both big teams looking for the win.
Arsenal came in prepared and were able to match everything that was brought to them while they also pushed back from their end.
Liverpool dominated play at a time which saw them creating the opportunities but couldn’t make happen of anything going forward all through the first half.
There was nothing coming forth for both teams who had their moments but they just couldn’t finish it neatly as they instead pushed them wide on straight to the goalkeeper.
Arsenal and Liverpool went inside for the break with a goalless scoreline after 45 minutes of active which left them on 0-0 despite the number of attempts made.
They came in with different approach and mindset of trying to take different route in making sure the goal happen by any means possible.
Arsenal did well enough as they saw the ball possession moved in their favor but yet they struggled to make any much impact going forward.
Liverpool were not bad for themselves as they kept calm trying to see what they can make happen to push things on their favor going forward.
The Reds broke the deadlock in 80th minutes which came due to pressure that saw Jakub Kiwior putting the ball inside his net to make the scoreline 0-1.
Luis Diaz added another goal very lat which was an assurance that it was all over as the scoreline increased to 0-2 at the Emirates Stadium.
Liverpool made sure they followed through until the end which saw them claiming a 0-2 victory against Arsenal to put themselves into the FA Cup next round.
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