It has been a good week for Arsenal on and off the pitch.
A hard-fought 2-1 home win over West Ham United on Saturday evening ensured Mikel Arteta’s side maintained their 100 percent start to the new Premier League season.
And that result came four days after captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ended speculation regarding his future by putting pen-to-paper on a new contract that keeps him at the Emirates Stadium until 2023.
The Gunners had long been optimistic that the Gabon international wou…
Patrick Bamford bags brilliant hat-trick as Leeds end Aston Villa’s hot streak – The Independent
Aston Villa 0-3 Leeds: Marcelo Bielsa’s side produced a brilliant second-half performance at Villa Park
Patrick Bamford’s hat-trick saw him create a little piece of history for Leeds as Aston Villa were denied top spot in the Premier League.
Bamford’s second-half treble saw the striker become only the second player to score in each of Leeds’s opening three away games in a top-flight league season, after Gordon Hodgson in 1937-38.
It took the 27-year-old to six Premier League goals for the season as Marcelo Bielsa’s team continued their impressive return to the top division.
Villa were chasing their…
Simon Kjaer claims Milan “gave up” in second-half; comments on Celtic back four change – 67 Hail Hail – Celtic FC News
AC Milan defender Simon Kjaer reckons his side were always in control in their 3-1 Europa League win over Celtic in Glasgow.
AC Milan defender Simon Kjaer reckons his side were always in control at Celtic Park last night.
The Serie A leaders beat Neil Lennon’s Hoops 3-1 in Glasgow, in a scoreline that was perhaps a little unfair on ourselves.
But the Danish centre-back, who played the entirety of the match, thinks his side were always going to run out winners.
“We played a good game”, he said, as reported by Sempre Milan.
“In the second half maybe we gave up a bit but we got it back immediately, 3-1.
Kjaer had a solid…
Facundo Pellistri gives Man United hope in debut win vs Everton – Manchester Evening News
Man Utd Under-23s won 2-1 against Everton at Leigh Sports Village as the new Uruguayan winger made his first appearance in a red shirt.
Facundo Pellistri was given a tough welcome to English football as his first Manchester United appearance was marked by a hard-fought 2-1 win for the Under-23s against Everton.
Ethan Galbraith’s late penalty ensured United secured their first league win of the season under Neil Wood, after Anthony Elanga had levelled following Ellis Simms’ opener for the Toffees.
18-year-old winger Pellistri showed glimpses of his talent through the game. He played the full 90 minutes at Leigh Sports Village, though…
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