Arsenal were once again held draw by a mid-table team at the Emirates stadium with Arteta's side struggling for the better part of the game. They opened the scoring early in the first half through club captain Piere Aubameyang who sent Emirates crowd wild. The second half wasn't great for the former EPL champions as Benteke put the scores on level terms.
Arsenal struggled to get a win over Crystal Palace in their game of the English Premier League. The team had to rely on Lacazette’s late equalizer to just get a single point from that game. The fans fumed at the display of some players who never showed the urge to play.
It is no secret that Arsenal is looking for a reputable striker, but is the move necessary? Yes, this is a surprising question, but it is justified given what Aubameyang has shown and the glimpses we have seen from Lacazette in his brief cameos. Ideally, I believe Aubameyang is at his best as a center forward, where he appears to be a threat in front of goal on every one-on-one opportunity.
Arsenal had brought in Lacazette from Lyon on a fee worth £54m. And the Frenchman has struggled to convince both Unai and Arteta of his abilities. Which had left the club with no option than not to offer him any contract extension. Considering that his current deal is set to expire on June next year.
Arsenal are reportedly intrested in signing Real Madrid star Luka Jovic as Alexandre Lacazette replacement if he leaves Emirates according to The Sun Football Reports. Lacazette has less than a year remaining in his current Arsenal contract and has scored 67 goals in 174 appearances for the Gunners since joining them from Lyon back in 2017.
Arsenal is trying to bolster their strike force with two players likely to exit this summer, but a pair of targets may suddenly be out of reach. m Arsenal will undoubtedly be looking to buy a striker in the upcoming transfer window. Both Alexander Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah's contracts will expire after the season, and there is no indication that they will be renewed.
Arsenal drew 2-2 with Crystal Palace despite the fact that the game was played at the Emirates stadium. The Gunners went in front through Pierre Emerick Aubameyang’s shot. The players however relaxed after scoring that goal. Crystal Palace capitalized on that and scored two goals that gave them the lead.
Arsenal are up against the Eagles at the Emirates turf these night. In a game which will see both former players and captains of the red side of London. Going head to head as Patrick Vieira is incharge of the now immediate Arteta's opponents. Despite injury to Xhaka the Spaniard is well equipped for these fixture with both Sambi Lokanga and Elneny right in contention to feature.
Arsenal hosted palace on a thriller contest that ended in a 2-2 draw on their 8th premier league match as Aubamiyang opened the scoring in the first minutes of the game. Cristian Benteke helped Palace put the game on level terms on 50th minute. Arsenal slipped at 73 as they conceded following Edouard Odsonne sumptuous finish after arsenal poor defending.
Premier League Fixtures for Matchday was played on Saturday Sunday and Monday. The latest round of results also saw several clubs take the top spot in the Premier League standings, with Chelsea and Liverpool sitting at first and second place in the Premier League table respectively. Mohamed Salah and Jamie vardy maintained their exquisite performance form last game and remained to top contenders of this prestigious personal award.
As Arteta addressed the media in his pre-match press conference on Wednesday he was clear that a lot of clubs. Are experiencing unfamiliar situations as most of the big players are now running down their contracts and walk out for free. And unfortunately that seems on the horizon for the Frenchman stars Lacazette and Pogba whose deals are set to expire by June next year.
Arsenal manager has revealed that a decision on Alexandre Lacazette’s contract is yet to be made even as the star forward continues to shine. Speaking in a pre-match interview ahead of today’s match against Aston Villa Arteta said that it is a very delicate decision that will be made at the end of the season.
Arsenal's French striker Alexander Lacazette was introduced at the 67th minute during Arsenal's game against Patrick Viera's Crystal Palace on Monday evening at the Emirates stadium. Arsenal were a goal behind to two despite Arsenal's Gabonese striker Pierre Emerick Aubameyang giving Arsenal an early lead at the 8th minute.
Arsenal had to fight hard after takong an early lead to get a draw at home against Crystal palace. The gunners took the lead through an Abaumeyang rebound after Vicenta Guaita had a shot from Nicholas Pepe. This could have been the fourth win for the Arsenal who have a good run of form especially during the month of September.
Bernd Leno Arsenal's number one choice goalkeeper Bernd Leno is on the verge of leaving Arsenal in the January. The German International kicked off the season with a disappointing start conceding nine goals in three opening Premier League matches for Arsenal in the 2021/22 campaign. Recently signed goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale was given a chance and heavily rose to the occasion and has stepped up really well.
Arsenal will play against Aston Villa in the premier league tonight. Mikel Arteta is expected to name a strong line up to face Aston Villa tonight in order to have all the 3 points that will be of benefit to them. Ramsdale will start in goal against Aston Villa in the premier league.
Arsenal striker, Alexandre Lacazette was lauded by BBC commentator Gary Lineker after his last-gasp equalizer against Crystal Palace last night. However, Lacazette's chances of getting into the starting lineup are dwindling as the Gabonese international continues to score goals. At the Emirates, the Frenchman came on as a substitute with 25 minutes remaining and Lineker said he doesn't understand why manager Mikel Arteta doesn't give him more game time.
Arteta's perfect reaction to the importance of this ace casts doubt on Arsenal's transfer priorities
Among the many assessments of Arsenal's performance this season is the fact that they are not scoring as many goals as they should. Some may attribute this flaw to their failure to sign a reputable striker during the summer transfer window to cap off their £156 million summer transfer business.
Arsenal is slowly gaining winning momentum in the Premier League and this is thanks to the immense efforts put in by the infield players. As was seen yesterday, Mikel Arteta is still searching for a perfect starting eleven with Lacazette starting ahead of Odegaard and Nuno Tavares standing in for injured Kieran Tierney.
Martin Odegaard faces the risk of being dubbed the flop of the summer if hus recent performances are anything to go by. The Norwegian attacker has barely been active in the attacking department and this saw him being benched ahead of a lively Alexander Lacazette. Mikel Arteta’s patience with the midfield maestro is slowly wearing out as he expects more from Odegaard than what the Norwegian is offering to the club.