BATE Borisov 1 – 0 Arsenal Football Highlights
(UEFA Europa League )
Key Moments Recap
1 – 0 : Stanislav Dragun
Silly free-kick given away by Monreal on the right, and BATE make Arsenal pay.
Stasevich is over it, crosses perfectly for Dragun, who gets in too easily and loops a header over Cech!
Fine finish, but the marking was poor.
85″ Red Card 🔴 : Alexandre Lacazette
It’s been a frustrating night for Lacazette, and he’s been shown a straight red here for a nasty arm/elbow to the face of Filipovic.
The BATE left-back was hassling him, looking to outmuscle him in midfield, and Lacazette has reacted with a flailing arm to the face.
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Goals (1-0) And Cards
🌕9′ Granit Xhaka
⚽45′ Stanislav Dragun 1 – 0
🌕71′ Bojan Dubajic
🔴85′ Alexandre Lacazette
Watch The Highlights below
BATE Borisov : Shcherbitski (7), Filipovic (8), Rios (8), Filipenko (8), Volkov (7), Dragun (8), Hleb (6), Baga (7), Skavysh (8), Stasevich (7), Milic (7)
Subs: Berezkin (6), Dubajic (6), Moukam (N/A)
Arsenal FC : Cech (7), Mustafi (5), Koscielny (6), Monreal (5), Maitland-Niles (6), Xhaka (4), Guendouzi (5), Kolasinac (7), Mkhitaryan (5), Lacazette (3), Iwobi (5)
Subs: Aubameyang (5), Torreira (5), Suarez (4)
Man Of The Match : Stanislav Dragun
- Arsenal have lost three of their last four away games in all competitions (W1), as many as they had in their first 14 combined under Unai Emery (W8 D3 L3)
- Arsenal are just the second English team to suffer defeat against an opponent from Belarus in European competition, after Everton in December 2009 (0-1 v BATE Borisov in the Europa League).
- Arsenal have been eliminated from each of their last six two-legged ties in European competition when losing the first leg – the last such tie they managed to reverse was against FC Porto in the Champions League in 2009-10 (6-2 on aggregate).
- Alexandre Lacazette’s red card was the first shown to an Arsenal player in European competition since March 2017, when Laurent Koscielny was dismissed against Bayern Munich in the Champions League