The Gunners are still in the fight

The Gunners are still in the fight

The Gunners are still in the fight

Arsenal put on a goal show after the 5-0 win Crystal Palace at the Emirates Stadium on matchday 21 of the Premier League. It took the Gunners just 11 minutes to take the lead through Gabriel, who took advantage of a corner kick from Rice and opened the scoring with a header.

With the score for it, who directed it Mikel Arteta They continued to press and extended the lead in the 37th minute thanks to an own goal from Dean Henderson. In this way, Arsenal would briefly go into the break with a 2-0 win.

The scoring didn't stop in the second half as Trossard made it 3-0 in the 59th minute after a quick counterattack from the red team. Finally, Martinelli was able to shine in stoppage time, finishing the game with a brace in the 94th and 95th minutes.

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“The reality is that in the last week we have worked less on set pieces than on any other aspect of the game. “I'm very happy with the clean slate we've had to win more games, the number of goals we've scored and also the distribution of those goals, which I think will have a really good impact on the team,” he said Arteta explained after the meeting.

This result leaves the Gunners third in the Premier League, just 2 points behind Liverpool, who face Liverpool today (11:30am). Bournemouth. On the other hand, the Eagles are in 15th place and things are complicated in the table.

For the next round of the English competition, Arsenal will visit Nottingham Forest at the City Ground while Crystal Palace host Sheffield United at Selhurst Park.

Did you know…

Recreation. Arsenal ended a run of three consecutive games without a win in the Premier League. Likewise, the Gunners had not scored a goal in the English competition since October 28, 2023 against Sheffield.