February 6, 2023

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Arsenal 2-4: Get a golden treble at Amex and jump to +7 from Manchester City

Leaders Arsenal bid a fitting farewell to 2022 after a six-goal thriller that saw them beat Brighton at home (2-4) and leave champions Manchester City seven points behind.

the Arsenal Smell the blood after An unexpected generation from Manchester City (1-1 with Everton) He did not let the opportunity go to waste. After shining in the first 60 minutes and playing with the score in the final half hour, Mikel Arteta’s side defeated Brighton 4-2 away to celebrate their 14th win in their first 16 games. Premier Leagueto continue their mad title rush by leaving Manchester City seven points behind.

Arsenal got the game back on their feet at the end of the first half after getting two goals with Saka (2) and Edgaard (39), with Nketiah making it 3-0 in the 47th minute and sending a foul. A message that the match is “over”.

This is because Brighton took advantage of the visitors’ relaxation and found the net twice through Metoma and Ferguson, but Martinelli’s goal between them was able to preserve the safety cushion for Arteta’s team and allow them to get three valuable points. In the end.

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Arsenal’s good night was evident early on as a cross found its way into the net after 66 seconds. Martinelli’s shot from the left flank was blocked and Xhaka was at the far post and fired home from close range past Sanchez to make it 0-1 with his sixth Premier League goal of the season.

The London team played five finals (2 at home) from the first quarter, and Brighton was not able to confront them and threaten them (with Lallana and Trossard) between the 15th and 25th minutes, with Arteta’s team retaining control and in the 39th minute to score two goals.

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Saka swung in a corner from the right and the Brighton defense cleared the ball to slide on Edgard’s left foot to make it 0-2 with his seventh league goal of the season.

Martin Edgard celebrates Arsenal's goal against Brighton |  December 31, 2022

Martin Edgard celebrates Arsenal’s goal against Brighton | December 31, 2022

With this result – which represents the picture of the first 45 minutes – the two teams went to the locker room, as Arsenal entered the second half strongly and was rewarded in the 47th minute. Partey stole the ball and presented it to Martinelli who sprinted and shot from a wide angle, Sanchez chipping in and Enketia punishing him, making it 0-3 with a cross wide for the defenseless home side.

In the 57th minute, Magallanes touched the fourth goal but Sanchez saved it, with Brighton rising in the last half hour of the game and making the game very interesting. Metoma on 65 minutes with a sweet spot beat Ramsdale to reduce it to 1-3, with Martinelli hitting the counter (from an incredible pass from Edgard) for 1-4 and youngster Ivan Ferguson making it 2-4 on 77 minutes. His first goal in the Premier League.

That goal gave the wings to the hosts who put heavy pressure on Arsenal’s defence, which seemed to panic at several moments, but were unable to score another goal (Metoma’s goal was not awarded just before the 90th, with the VAR taking control of the stage. And see how Exposed) to make the match exciting, with 4-2 in favor of Arsenal staying to the end and signing the Gunners’ 14th win of the year and +7 against Manchester City.

Brighton: Sanchez, Lambet, Dunk, Colwell, Estupinan, Gilmour, Gross, Mars (76′ Enciso), Lallana (60′ Sarmiento), Mitoma, Trossard (60′ Ferguson)

Arsenal: Ramsdale, White (60′ Tomiyasu), Saliba, Magalaes, Zinchenko (60′ Tierney), Edegaard (87′ Holding), Partei (74′ Elneny), Xhaka, Saka, Enketia, Martinelli

Results of the eighteenth match

  • West Ham – Brentford 0-2 (18′ Tony, 43′ DaSilva)
  • Liverpool – Leicester 2-1 (38′, 45′ Auto Fash / 4′ Dewsbury Hall)
  • Wolves – Manchester United 0-1 (76′ Rashford)
  • Manchester City – Everton 1-1 (24′ Holland / 64′ Gray)
  • Fulham – Southampton 2-1 (32′ aut. Ward-Browse, 88′ Palinia / 56′ Ward-Browse)
  • Bournemouth – Crystal Palace 0-2 (19 Ajeo, 37 Izzy)
  • Newcastle – Leeds 0-0
  • Brighton – Arsenal 2-4 (65′ Mitoma, 77′ Ferguson / 2′ Saka, 39′ Edgard, 47′ Enquetia, 71′ Martinelli)
  • 01/01 16:00 Tottenham – Aston Villa
  • 01/01 18:30 Nottingham – Chelsea

Program of the 19th round

  • 02/01 19:30 Brentford – Liverpool
  • 01/03 21:45 Arsenal – Newcastle
  • 01/03 21:45 Everton – Brighton
  • 01/03 21:45 Leicester – Fulham
  • 01/03 22:00 Manchester United – Bournemouth
  • 01/04 21:30 Southampton – Nottingham
  • 01/04 21:45 Leeds – West Ham
  • 01/04 22:00 Aston Villa – Wolverhampton
  • 01/04 22:00 Crystal Palace – Tottenham
  • 01/05 22:00 Chelsea – Manchester City