Arsenal 2 – Brentford 1

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Arsenal is tired. But they didn’t miss out on collecting 3 important points. When they beat Brentford 2-1 at home, overtaking them to lead the pack. Before the big match between Liverpool and Manchester City on Sunday.

Arsenal went ahead and attacked from the beginning of the game and in the 19th minute. They took a 1-0 lead from the moment. When Ben White opened the fort from the right side for Declan Rice to direct a header past Mark Fleck. Ken has no net left.UFABET

The Gunners had a chance to escape in the 27th minute from a corner kick. Rice opened for Gabriel Magalnes to head in at the first post. But the ball wasn’t in line.

The 43rd minute was another chance for Arsenal. When Trossar broke through the backline on the left side of the penalty area and scooped the ball into the centre. But it backfired, causing Kai Havertz to retreat and shoot. The ball went over the crossbar.

The game was already at the end of the first half, with Brentford not creating any danger, but in the 45+4th minute they came back to equalize 1-1 due to a mistake by Aaron Ramsdale who went often. tarry As soon as he released the ball, he was hit by Yoan Wissa, who rushed over and knocked him down to block the ball and bounce into the goal in an unbelievable way.

The first half of the game ended with Arsenal tied with Brentford 1-1.

In the 55th minute of the second half, Brentford almost took the lead from Ivan Toney’s long-range shot, but Ramsdale still didn’t give up and floated over the crossbar.

The Gunners should have taken the lead as well in the 59th minute from a corner, Gabriel’s full header. But it also went to Brentford’s lineman and then into the hands of Flecken.

Brentford responded to the danger as well. In the 71st minute, Kristoffer Ajer dropped into the penalty area for Nathan Collins to head wide, but Ramsdale made a super save to deny. Awesome crossing the bar.

Arsenal were very excited in the 74th minute from a corner kick that was blocked. Odegaard picked it up and set it up for Rice to spin with his right without touching it. The ball hit the upper triangle and bounced back.

The Gunners took a 2-1 lead until the 86th minute when Ben White broke through on the right and opened for Kai Havertz to head into the net.

At the end of the game, Arsenal beat Brentford 2-1, soaring to the top of the table ahead of the big match between Liverpool and Manchester City on Sunday.