By beating Southampton 2-0 at St. Mary’s, Arsenal was not so impressed as they avoided a third consecutive misfortune in the Premier League.
A gainful first half saw Eddie Nketiah jump on an Alex McCarthy mistake to give Arsenal the advantage and prevailed to remain solid under tension in the subsequent period.
With Joe Willock netting his first Premier League goal, Jack Stephens’ late red card helped their cause in the blink of an eye afterward to gather together the three points and lift their Europa League qualification trusts. Nketiah scored lawfully in the twentieth moment, shutting down McCarthy and stopping his attempted pass before getting to an unfilled pocket.
Saints started the second half on the front foot yet nearly got themselves 2-0 down in the 54th moment. Aubameyang raced on Emiliano Martinez’s drop-kick and attempted to square Nketiah across the target, only for Jan Bednarek to direct it simply past the post. Martinez declined Shane Long before Arsenal triumphed.
As the last man to earn a straight red, Stephens stumbled Aubameyang, and the exertion of Alexandre Lacazette fell merciful to him after the subsequent free-kick Willock diverted in from lacking elbow room.
Arsenal clashes with Sheffield United in the FA Cup quarter-finals on Sunday before returning home to Norwich City for the Premier League action the Wednesday following. Saints face Watford in the league at Vicarage Road in three days.
In a match of the English Premier League’s 31st round, Burnley at home prevailed over Watford with a 1:0 outcome. Burnley striker Jay Rodriguez scored the main goal in the game in 73rd moment.
The squad of Sean Dyche is on the eleventh situation in the English Premier League after the 31 tours, with the asset being three points 42.
With 28 points, Nigel Pearson ‘s team is in the sixteenth position. Burnley’s next match against Crystal Palace London will be on June 29, with Watford facilitating Southampton a day earlier.
The match was held without fans because of the threat of coronavirus contamination spreading.