Arsenal 2 – 0 Newcastle United Football Highlights
Venue : Emirates Stadium
Key Moments Recap :
Goal : 30′ Aaron Ramsey 1 – 0
Lacazette buzzes around into space behind Lejeune and spots the Welshman in space about 15 yards out. He still has a lot to do but produces a classic Ramsey finish to place a low drive into the corner of the net, via the far post.
Goal : 83′ 2 – 0 Alexandre Lacazette
Aubameyang flicks a ball over the top of Lascelles who sums up Newcastle’s night with a poor decision to let the ball bounce. Dubravka is off his line and the Lacazette – sharp as ever – lofts the ball over the goalkeeper and into the net.
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Goals (2 – 0) And Cards
⚽30′ Aaron Ramsey 1 – 0
🌕59′ Nacho Monreal
🌕72′ Mohamed Diame
🌕73′ Sead Kolasinac
⚽83′ Alexandre Lacazette 2 – 0
Video HD Highlights below
Player Ratings (Starting Lineup)
Arsenal FC : Leno (7), Maitland-Niles (7), Sokratis (7), Mustafi (7), Monreal (7), Kolasinac (7), Guendouzi (7), Ramsey (8), Iwobi (6), Ozil (8), Lacazette (8).
Subs: Elneny (6), Aubameyang (7), Mkhitaryan (n/a),
Newcastle United FC : Dubravka (6), Yedlin (5), Lejeune (5), Lascelles (4), Dummett (5), Ritchie (7), Hayden (5), Diame (5), Perez (5), Almiron (5), Rondon (4).
Subs: Ki (5), Muto (5), Kenedy (5).
Man Of The Match : Mesut Ozil
- Arsenal have won their last six home Premier League games against Newcastle United, scoring 18 goals and conceding just five.
- Newcastle have lost 11 of their last 12 Premier League matches against Arsenal, winning the other 2-1 at St. James’ Park last season.
- Only against Manchester United (28) have Newcastle lost more Premier League games than against Arsenal (27).
- Arsenal have won all six of their home league matches in 2019 and are one of only three of the 92 English league clubs yet to drop a home point this calendar year, along with Manchester City and Sheffield United.
- This will be Newcastle’s 15th consecutive Premier League game on a Monday away from home – of the previous 14, they’ve won two, drawn one and lost 11.
- Arsenal have won their last nine Premier League home games. They last won more consecutively at home within a single season back in 1997-98 (10).
- Newcastle have lost 17 of their last 23 away Premier League games in London (W3 D3) and are winless in their last six visits to the capital (W0 D2 L4).
- Arsenal’s Mesut Özil has had a hand in four goals in four Premier League games against Newcastle United (3 goals, 1 assist).
- Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez has taken just two points in his seven away Premier League games against Arsenal (P7 W0 D2 L5).
- Alexandre Lacazette has scored 73% of his Premier League goals for Arsenal in home games (19/26). Of the 42 players to have scored 10+ goals in the competition for the Gunners, only Tony Adams scored a higher ratio at home (83%).
Arsenal FC will welcome Newcastle United To the Emirates Stadium on Monday April 1st, as they hope to move right back into the top four positions of the Premier League Table.
A win for Unai Emery’s men will see them go third, a point above Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United, who will then be fourth and fifth. A draw will only see the Gunners go level with United and Spurs at 61 points, though seperated by goal difference.
Newcastle United are seven points above the last team in the relegation zone and look to further solidify their survival status, when they visit the Emirates Stadium. The odds are totally against the Magpies, as they have lost and conceded more in their visits to London, especially on Monday.
Arsenal will be without suspended Lucas Torreira and Injured trio striker Danny Welbeck (ankle injury), Hector Bellerin and Rob Holding (Both Knee injuries).
Aaron Ramsey will go through a late fitness test, due to trouble with his left thigh while Nacho Monreal returns from his Calf injury.
Newcastle won’t be having Schar, who is serving the second of his two match Nan for reaching 10 bookings this season and would have still been on the bench after getting knocked out in Switzerland Euro2020 qualifying 2 – 0 win over Georgia G during the International break.
Newcastle Captain Jamaal Lascelles will be back after missing their last Premier League game (2 – 2 Draw with AFC Bournemouth), due to a knee problem.