Highlights : Arsenal FC Stops Manchester United Unbeaten Run, 2 – 0 At The Emirates

Arsenal FC 2 – 0 Manchester United  Football Highlights

(Premier League)

Venue : Emirates Stadium
Arsenal FC Aubameyang

Key Moments Recap :
Goals : 69′ Pierre-Emerick . (pen.) 2 – 0
Aubameyang knows exactly where De Gea is going when he dives to his left, and puts the penalty just down the left of the centre and out of his reach. Four from six now from the spot for the Arsenal man.


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Goals (2 – 0) And Cards
⚽12′ Granit Xhaka 1 – 0
🌕38′ Sokratis
🌕68′ Nemanja Matic
⚽69′ Pierre-Emerick Auba… (pen.) 2 – 0
🌕76′ Paul Pogba
🌕90′ Sead Kolasinac

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Player Ratings (Starting Lineup)

Manchester United  :De Gea (4), Young (5), Smalling (5), Lindelof (5), Shaw (6), Dalot (6), Matic (5), Fred (5), Pogba (6), Rashford (6), Lukaku (6).
Subs: Martial (5), Greenwood (5).

Arsenal FC  :  Leno (7), Sokratis (6), Koscielny (6), Monreal (6), Maitland-Niles (6), Xhaka (7), Ramsey (8), Kolasinac (7), Ozil (6), Aubameyang (7), Lacazette (6).
Subs: Iwobi (6), Suarez (5), Nketiah (n/a).

Man Of The Match : 

Manchester United Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Arsenal FC Unai Emery

Match Statistics

  • Arsenal have won 12 points from their 10 games against fellow ‘big six’ sides in the Premier League this season, double the amount they won in such games last term.
  • Manchester United suffered their first Premier League defeat under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (W10 D2 L1), and also ended a run of nine successive away wins in all competitions.
  • Arsenal have beaten Manchester United 10 times in Premier League games played on Sundays, the most United have lost against an opponent on a specific day of the week in the competition.
  • Arsenal have won their last nine Premier League home games, their joint-longest winning run at the Emirates within a single season (also nine in 2014-15).
  • Manchester United failed to score for the first time in 22 away games in all competitions this season, last failing to find the net on the road in May 2018 at West Ham.
  • Six of Granit Xhaka’s seven Premier League goals for Arsenal have come from outside the box, including both of his strikes against Manchester United.
  • Man Utd keeper David de Gea has made two errors leading to a goal in the Premier League this season – both of them against Arsenal.
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