Arsenal breaking the streak after a perfect half

After four drawn matches in a row could Arsenal again rejoice over a victory in the Premier League. It happened at home at the Emirates when Newcastle were beat

Arsenal breaking the streak after a perfect half

After four drawn matches in a row could Arsenal again rejoice over a victory in the Premier League. It happened at home at the Emirates when Newcastle were beat

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
16 February 2020 Sunday 14:00
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Arsenal breaking the streak after a perfect half

After four drawn matches in a row could Arsenal again rejoice over a victory in the Premier League. It happened at home at the Emirates when Newcastle were beaten 4-0 in the first Arsenal victory in the league since new year's day.

the Points fall on a dry place at Arsenal, which is far from the top, as the club has ambitions to be a part of.

the Victory was a step on the way. Now is the team at number ten with 34 points in 24 matches. Newcastle is two places further back with 31 points.

Ivorianeren Nicolas Pepe was vital with a goal and an assist for Arsenal at the first two scores that put the team in the walk.

Arsenal controlled most the game in the first half and also came to a part of trials, but rarely were the chances the game is particularly great.

but That changed quickly in the second half. The London club put a lot of pressure from the start, and after five minutes gave it a big chance for the 20-year-old striker Eddie Nketiah, whose attempt hit the top of the crossbar.

the north london club had no problems to win at home. Photo: Eddie Keogh/Ritzau Scanpix
There were, however, soon come to a hole in the abscess. Nicolas Pepe sent the ball into the box, where Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang redeeming headede the ball into the goal to 1-0 after eight minutes.

Just three minutes it was 2-0. This time it was Pepe even scorer. Bukayo Saka-made delights in the left side and found the center Pepe, who single could score.

Pepe even had a foot in the game, as Mesut Özil in the 90. minute increased to 3-0 with a subdued snaps from point blank range.

Now it was Newcastle close to the solution, and Alexandre Lacazette closed Arsenal-the party with a goal deep in injury time.

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