Arsenal welcomed Newcastle United at the Emirates stadium with the Gunners confident of winning having not lost against the Magpies for the last seven years. Mikel Arteta presented a strong lineup more of the same that was humiliated by Liverpool last weekend. Here is the Arsenal's starting 11 vs Newcastle;
Bukayo Saka opened the scoring for the Gunners in the 56th minute after playing a beautiful tiki-taka football with mates Tavares and Smith Rowe. Martinelli came on to replace Saka and netted with his first touch of the ball from Takehiro Tomiyasu.
Mikel Arteta has been praised for reviving the former EPL heavyweights with his game play attracting fans into the Emirates more than before. His young energetic squad averaging 23 years has been tipped for greatness in Europe.
In particular the Arsenal fans were in praise for Martinelli who netted Gunners 2nd goal two minutes after he came in. A fully packed Emirates sung, "He's a technician, extend his contract." The Brazilian youngster will definitely flourish in the hands of the Spanish manager as long as he stays.
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