Arsenal fans have been left pleased after an excellent performance away from Newcastle. Arsenal has been struggling alot especially in the premier league with The former English Champions risking missing out on European football altogether.
Against Newcastle, Arteta ringed a number of changes to his side bringing in Gabriel Martinelli and Aubameyang for Bukayo Saka and Emilie Smith Rowe.
Arsenal took the lead through Egyptian Mohammed Elneny who rocket strike proved too much to handle for Newcastle Goalkeeper Martin Dubravka.
The gunners then doubled their lead through An acrobatic finish by Aubameyang which left The goalkeeper Stranded. The goal came Courtesy of an excellent cross from Gabriel Martinelli.
The Brazilian was a pain to Newcastle United's defence throughout the proceedings.
His intricate play and cheeky skills left fans excited about his starting against Villarreal on Thursday.
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