The Gunners were in action today against Premier League giants Liverpool as they all hope to continue with their good run this season. They are currently second in the Premier League table with only two points that's separating them with leader Manchester City despite having a game in hand.
In today's match, Gabriel Martinelli opened the scoring in the 2nd minute. Liverpool responded in the 34th minute where Darwin Nunez grabbed an equalizer. In the 45th minute Bukayo Saka put his side a head once again.
In the second half, Liverpool came in with a new energy as they pressed in search of an equalizer. They finally got it in the 53rd minute through Roberto Firmino. The Gunners got back their lead once again through Bukayo Saka In the 76th minute where he scored from the penalty spot.
In that match one of the Gunners stars who impressed is William Saliba. The Frenchman was outstanding in that match as defended so well. Mohammed Salah who is one of the best finishers in the Premier league found it hard to score. Saliba has been one of the key players for the Gunners this season.
In today's match, Salah tried all means to score but Saliba couldn't give him a chance. He cut off and blocked his shots to stop him from scoring.
This now means that William Saliba managed to silence Mohammed Salah in today's match.
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