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5-goal London cannon


Arsenal conquer Nottingham Forest continuously Premier League. The gunners won 5-0 and returned to the top of the Premier League standings.

From Arsenal-Nottingham Forest held at Emirates Stadium, Sunday (10/30/2022) WIB night. Arsenal closed the first half with a 1-0 lead thanks to Gabriel Martinelli’s goal.

The hosts scored four goals in the second half. Reiss Nelson scored two goals before being added by Thomas Partey and Martin Odegaard.

Thanks to this victory, Arsenal claim the top Premier League ranking out of the hands of Manchester City. Mikel Arteta’s troops have collected 31 points in 12 games, two points clear of City. Meanwhile, Forest sinks to the bottom of the standings with nine points.


The course of the game

Arsenal had opened the scoring when the match had only been underway for five minutes. Gabriel Martinelli gave the Gunners a 1-0 lead with a header.

The collaboration of Martinelli and Bukayo Saka resulted in a goal for Arsenal. Martinelli passes to Saka on the right, who then crosses into the penalty area. Martinelli had moved into the penalty area and greeted Saka’s pass with a header.

Arsenal players then celebrated the goal by paying tribute to Pablo Mari. The Arsenal player, currently on loan at Monza, was the victim of a stabbing in Milan.

Arsenal players pay tribute to stabbing victim Pablo Mari (Photo: PA Images via Getty Images / John Walton – PA Images)

It didn’t take Arsenal long to create opportunities again. Three minutes after Martinelli’s goal, Gabriel Jesus has the opportunity to increase Arsenal’s lead. However, his left-footed shot that went to the far post is still out the door.

Arsenal were so dominant with possession that they reached 74% in the first 15 minutes of the match. Meanwhile, Forest has a hard time building attacks.

Martinelli touches the second goal in the 20 ‘. Granit Xhaka crosses from the left and is greeted by Martinelli. The ball goes towards the goal, but is blocked by Renan Lodi in front of goal.

Arsenal had to make a substitution in the 27th minute. Bukayo Saka had an ankle problem and was unable to continue the game.

Arsenal got a free kick in front of the Forest penalty area. However, Martin Odegaard’s execution affected the Forest player’s team.

Gabriel made a mistake that almost led to disaster for Arsenal. Jesse Lingard tried to exploit the situation but his shot was blocked.

Gabriel Jesus, who is in the drought goal, has not yet managed to ‘break the fast’. His header continues Tomiyasu’s cross which again targets Dean Henderson.

Objective! Arsenal doubles in the 49th minute. Reiss Nelson, who came in for Saka, led Arsenal 2-0.

The attack built by Arsenal ended at Nelson’s feet in the penalty area. Henderson’s first shot was saved. But the ball came back to him and this time Nelson didn’t waste it.

Just three minutes later, Nelson broke into the Forest door again. Odegaard and Jesus worked together in a tight corner on the right. Jesus sent a pass under the door which was forwarded by Nelson.

The forest is getting worse. Arsenal scored their fourth goal in the 57th minute. Thomas Partey fired from outside the box and was not joined by Henderson.

Jesus’ attempts to score again were in vain. This time his shot was saved by Henderson.

Objective! Arsenal were leading 5-0 in the 78th minute. Martin Odegaard makes Forest even more submerged. Receiving a push from Jesus, Odegaard fired into the top corner of the Forest door.

Jesus nearly scored Arsenal’s sixth goal in this match. From the corner, Ben White headed and headed for Jesus who was at the far post. But Jesus couldn’t get to the ball.


Arsenal: Aaron Ramsdale; Ben White, William Saliba (Tierney 76th), Gabriel Magalhaes, Takehiro Tomiyasu (Scallop 63rd); Martin Odegaard, Thomas Partey, Granit Xhaka (75 ‘); Bukayo Saka (Nelson 27 ‘), Gabriel Jesus, Gabriel Martinelli (Soares 63’)

Nottingham Forest: Dean Henderson; Serge Aurier, Steve Cook, Scott McKenna, Renan Lodi (Williams 64 ‘); Ryan Yates, Remo Freuler, Cheikhou Kouyate (O’Brien 81 ‘); Morgan Gibbs-White (Johnson 56 ‘), Taiwo Awoniyi (Worrall 64’), Jesse Lingard (Dennis 56 ‘)

(nds / pur)

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