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Mikel Arteta managed Arsenal who yesterday played their sixth league game of the new English Premier League season against Manchester United away from home at Old Trafford.
The Arsenal that entered the game were the only team left in the competition with a 100% perfect winning record and were hoping to keep the winning streak going before it was distorted by the Red Devils, who have also got their campaign back on track with a four . -the winning streak after their first two league games ended in disappointing defeat.
The game, first of all, was exciting and it was hotly contested with entertaining demonstrations in all aspects during the 90 minutes that the game lasted.
Manchester United in the game were able to outwit Mikel Arteta’s team, who have been enjoying great form since the campaign began, as they suffered their first loss of the season with a score of three goals to one in time. regulatory.
A goal from debutant Antony Dos Santos and a brace from Marcus Rashford gave the hosts all three goals while the visitors had the only goal from Bukayo Saka as the three points separated the two sides of the table.
However, there was a sideshow to the game as Arsenal in the 12th minute initially took the lead after they opened the score sheet with a Gabriel Martinelli goal which was disallowed after the referee and VAR reviewed the build-up. .
This could be seen as another controversial decision made as has been the case in recent times over the outcry and turmoil over bad referees in the competition.
As seen in the build-up, Martin Odegaard, who made the pass to Gabriel Martinelli, was seen to have contact with Christian Eriksen before gaining an advantage for the ball.
Although there was contact from behind the Arsenal captain, the fact was that the contact was minimal and very soft, noting that Christian Eriksen fell at the slightest opportunity to give the ball away to the opponent, since he should not be against. cancellation of the ball that could have changed the whole scenario if the visitor had come forward at that moment.
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