Premier League football season 2023/24
Sunday, September 24, 2023
Arsenal 2-2 Tottenham Hotspur
It was a North London derby battle that was worthy of being a city rival. Bukayo Saka shot a shot that deflected off Christian Romero and scored his own goal to give Arsenal the lead in the 26th minute, but Spurs couldn’t give in and scored an equalizer from Son Heung-Min before the end of the first half
In the second half of the home game, Arsenal secretly fell behind after Mikel Arteta decided to replace Declan Rice and Fabio Vieira and brought in Jorginho and Kai Havertz to solve the game. center
Then Arsenal got a penalty kick, Romero made a handball and then Saka made no mistakes. But less than a minute apart, Son scored an equalizer for Spurs immediately, ending the game 2-2.
GK: David Raya – 6/10
He narrowly blocked Johnson’s shot. But they still couldn’t get past Son’s equalizer for the first time. The same applies to the second child who also lost his rights. But using his feet to build up the game from the back is a highlight that allows Raya to play before Ramsdale.
RB: Ben White – 5/10
There aren’t many opportunities to add to the attacking game. Because he was penetrated many times by Spurs’ offensive game. Periodically attacked by Johnson’s agility. But encountered a game with less pressure than when Solomon came on.
CB: William Saliba – 7/10
Stay calm with the ball. He intercepted a beautiful pass but had no right to help the team when he had to stand alone before being hit by Son to equalize for the second time.
CB: Gabriel Magalhaes – 6/10
Still not good enough when dueling in the air But compensate with other parts of the defensive game. And standing together as a starter with Saliba is considered perfect.
LB: Oleksandr Zinchenko – 6/10
Jer Kulusevski burned many times, but Zinchenko played an important role in the home team’s offensive game.
CM: Martin Odegaard – 6/10
It wasn’t Odegaard’s best game, but there were still a lot of pressing moments, especially to prevent Bissouma from turning easily.
CM: Declan Rice – 6/10
Wrestling the ball back into possession and destroying the opponent’s attack as he did his job quite well. before requesting to be substituted at halftime due to injury
CM: Fabio Vieira – 5/10
Continuing his impressive performance gave him the opportunity to start in this match. But it was a memorable North London derby for Vieira, who disappeared from the game entirely.
RW: Bukayo Saka – 7/10
Making Udoghi have a hard time throughout the game before shooting off Romero to take the lead and also coolly killing the penalty for the second goal as well. Participated in the home team’s offensive game a lot.
ST: Eddie Nketiah – 5/10
Was sent to play in a target role But there was only one chance to shoot into the frame. Still, he was able to stay until the end of the game.
LW: Gabriel Jesus – 6/10
Assigned to play the left wing role And there was even a chance to score to give the team a 2-0 lead, in addition to the offensive game that was already creating danger. Also went down to help with the defensive game.
Arsenal FC v Tottenham Hotspur – Premier League / Alex Pantling/GettyImages
Jorginho (in place of Rice, 46′) – 3/10 – Disappointing, and there was also a mistake that allowed Son to score the equalizer.
Kai Havertz (replaces Vieira, 46′) – 5/10 – The yellow card was his most noticeable performance in the game.
Reiss Nelson (in place of Jesus, 77) – 6/10 – Flicker and danger, only the last moment.
Emile Smith Rowe (in place of Saka, 90) – N/A
GK: Guglielmo Vicario – 7/10
There were some important saves to be had, but they were unable to defend the two lost goals. It was an impressive North London Derby debut.
RB: Pedro Porro – 5/10
Too little involved in the offensive game Plus the defensive game is also lax. It was one of the more disappointing games for the Portuguese back.
CB: Cristian Romero – 3/10
It’s like a game where Romero doesn’t have luck. He was involved in two goals, both from Saka’s deflected shot and a handball that resulted in a penalty.
CB: Mickey van der Ven – 7/10
He is the one who carries the defense of the visiting team. In addition to doing his job well He also helps the game from the back.
LB: Destiny Udoghi – 6/10
Received a yellow card early, making it difficult to play when dealing with Saka, and almost cost the team a goal as well due to a poor return pass. But there were some beautiful tackle shots to be seen.
CM: Pape Matar Sarr – 5/10
Secretly out of form, shooting birds and fishing and not being calm when in possession of the ball.
CM: Yves Bissouma – 7/10
Was caught not being able to turn easily in the first half, making it difficult for his friends to play. But once he’s adjusted, Bissouma is an important force in Spurs’ midfield.
RW: Dejan Kulusevski – 6/10
Find few opportunities to shoot Instead, he made dangerous passes.
AM: James Maddison – 7/10
A near miss caused the team to lose a goal. But he also showed off his passing ability which led to 2 assists in this game.
LW: Brennan Johnson – 6/10
Johnson’s speed is clearly a threat. And probably would have scored if Raya hadn’t shown a super save.
ST: Son Heung-min – 9/10
Not being a natural striker makes Son struggle to rest the ball. and was caught offside many times, but
His decisive finishing is something he was used to play in that position before Richarlison.
Arsenal FC v Tottenham Hotspur – Premier League / Marc Atkins/GettyImages
Manor Solomon (in place of Johnson, 63′) – 5/10 – Maybe not as dangerous as Johnson, but still a job for White.
Richarlison (in place of Son, 77′) – 6/10 – Did a good job and even had 2 ricochet shots.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (in place of Maddison, 77) – 5/10 – Come down and pack the game in the midfield.
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