At the Emirates home, Arsenal had a convincing 3-1 victory over Aston Villa. Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Martinelli and Eddie Nketiah respectively scored to help the Gunners triumph. Meanwhile, Said Benrahma is the only goal author on the side of Aston Villa.
Former manager Arsene Wenger appeared in the stands at the Emirates Stadium to cheer for Mikel Arteta’s army. It was Wenger who gave Nketiah the opportunity to debut for Arsenal’s first team five years ago in a Carabao Cup match.
“It’s good to have him back. Wenger has coached me and given me the opportunity to make my debut for the Arsenal first team. I hope he will be happy and proud of all of us,” Nketiah told Amazon Prime.
Injury where the invisible Gabriel Jesus created the opportunity could not be better to help Nketiah take on the role of Arsenal’s No. 9 in the next period. The English striker was the author of Arsenal’s 3-1 goal against Aston Villa.
Winning 3 points at Villa Park helps Arsenal create an 8 point gap compared to defending champion Man City. Not a small advantage of Mikel Arteta’s army.
Mr. Nguyen | 07:04 12/27/2022