Arsenal Remain Firm On Their Way To The Title After Beating Leeds United

Arsenal Remain Firm On Their Way To The Title After Beating Leeds United

Without many complications and despite the pressure that the Manchester City win over Liverpoolthe Arsenal team, led by Mikel Arteta, went out to do their thing on the field of the Emirates Stadium and managed to forcefully prevail against a Leeds United that cannot find its way in the Premier League.

Although in the first half it seemed that the match would be an even duel due to the interesting proposal by Javi Gracia with his Leeds United, which Aaron Ramsdale compromised on more than one occasion, the truth is that once the London team connected the illusion of the Whites vanished completely.

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This happened after a mistake by Luke Ayling inside Illian Meslier’s area, as the Leeds defender swept at the wrong time and ended up bringing down Gabriel Jesús, a move that the whistler immediately sanctioned as a penalty.

The one in charge of charging from the eleven steps was Gabriel Jesús himself, who executed perfectly, deceiving Meslier in order to rediscover the goal at Arsenal, since he had not scored since last October.

After Gabriel Jesús’s score, the Gunner team was reunited with their best version and did not give up their advantage at halftime.

The Gunners finished him off in the second half

After going to rest with the advantage on the scoreboard, Arsenal returned to the field of play in the second half with the intention of ending the match, a situation that occurred just a minute after the complementary part started.

A great individual move by Gabriel Martinelli ended in a score by defender Benjamin White, who sent the ball into the end of Meslier’s goal to unleash madness at the Emirates.

Subsequently, the advantage was increased with the double by Gabriel Jesús, who reunited in the best possible way with the goal to propel the Gunners to the title.

Already towards the final minutes of the second half, the Danish Rasmus Kristensen discounted after a great mid-range shot, however, the reaction came too late for the Whites.

Arsenal begin to caress the title

Although there are still a few plays to be played, Arsenal begins to look closely at the title, as they have managed to maintain the advantage over Manchester City, a team that continues to put pressure on the Gunners.

Currently the difference is eight points, however, it should be noted that Manchester City has a game pending and the confrontation between the two teams is at hand, which could decide the fate of this season in the Premier League.


Jorginho (59′, Thomas Partey), Bukayo Saka (59′, Gabriel Jesus), Rodrigo (64′, Luis Sinisterra), Weston McKennie (64′, Brenden Aaronson), Liam Cooper (73′, Robin Koch), Georginio Rutter (73′, Crysencio Summerville), Patrick Bamford (84′, Jack Harrison), Emile Smith Rowe (84′, Martin Ødegaard), Fábio Vieira (85′, Granit Xhaka), Kieran Tierney (85′, Oleksandr Zinchenko)


1-0, 34′: Gabriel Jesus, 2-0, 46′: Ben White, 3-0, 54′: Gabriel Jesus, 3-1, 75′: Rasmus Nissen Kristensen, 4-1, 83′: Xhaka


Referee: Darren England
VAR Referee: Craig Pawson, Marc Perry
Robin Koch (44′,Yellow) Bamford (90′,Yellow)

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