Gunners humiliated Tottenham Hotspur yesterday at London Derby yesterday with a 3-1 win. Santos squad have previously lost above three goals against Crystal Palace and The Blues. Yesterday Arsenal made their 3rd consecutive win against this team. The whole squad performed very well with a quick counter attacks and defending the ball when necessary. These two players outshined Tottenham and made Arteta save his job.
The first player who I think deserved man of the match is Tomisayu. He is a Japanese football who joined Arsenal this season to player as a defender. In the Premier league record so far no player has managed to dribble past this brilliant defender. He is also good at attacking and his skills with header when the corner is won is brilliant.
Another player is Ramsdale the number two goal keeper who took a place for Leno who is currently nursing some injuries. Ofcourse we can forget what Smith Rowe is doing at Arsenal and the likes of Saka. Who do you think is helping Arsenal most?
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