Matchday 9 was to start earlier than expected as Arsenal were going to face Astonvilla at Emirates stadium on Friday night.Arsenal drew their previous match against Crystal palace whereas Astonvilla lost narrowly against Wolverhampton Wanderes.Arsenal started the match well after their were dominant in the first opening mins of the match.Arsenal scored first through Thomas Party who converted Emile Smith Rowe corner to score his first goal of the club.In the last minutes of the first half Arsenal were Awarded a penalty and Aubameyang managed to score the second for the gunners.After halftime Smith Rowe added the third goal of the night after brilliant build up by the team.Astonvilla scored their only goal through substitute Jacob Ramsey.Arsenal climbed to the ninth position in the league after winning last night with 14 points where's Villa are in no 13 with 10 points.Mohamed Salah lead the scoring chats with 7 goals and four assists in his name.He is followed by Jamie vardy who has aslo scored 7 times and has one assits.Westham Talisman Michael Antonio has scored 5 goals and has given 3 assists in his name.See the full table below.
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