- 45 + 4′ – Yellow – Gabriel Jesus
- 35′ – Yellow – Thomas Partey
- 33′ – Penalty kick – Said Benrahma (1-2)
- 10′ – Goal – Martin Odegaard (0-2)
- 7′ – Goal – Gabriel Jesus (0-1)
- 90 + 1 ‘- continued Saïd Benrahma, written by Pablo Fornals
- 90′ – Martin Odegaard continues through Eddie Nketiah
- 87′ – Lucas Paqueta is completed by Flynn Downs
- 87′ – continues Michail Antonio for Maxwell Cornet
- 85′ – Gabriel Martinelli continues through Reiss Nelson
- 84′ – Kieran Tierney continues for Fabio Vieira
- 82′ – Yellow – Aaron Cresswell
- 66′ – continued Thomas Partey’s Leandro Trossard
- 66′ – Gabriel Jesus continued by Jorginho
- 54′ – Goal – Jarrod Bowen (2-2)
- 52′ – missed penalty – Bukayo Saka
Arsenal see Manchester City as close to two points after giving up a 0-2 lead against West Ham United. Bukayo Saka’s missed penalty was decisive, after which Jarrod Bowen equalized on the other side.
Manchester City had already eliminated Leicester yesterday, and it seemed that Arsenal had also eliminated West Ham, because after only 10 minutes it was already 0-2, after goals from Gabriel Jesus and Martin Odegaard.
Everything turned upside down when Arsenal clumsily gave away a penalty kick, which Saïd Benrahma converted.
After the break, Arsenal also conceded a penalty. Bukayo Saka could not repeat what Benrahma showed him. His head sank deeper into his shoulders when Jarrod Bowen made it 2-2 on the other side not too long ago.
Leandro Trossard’s replacement came to nothing, and Arsenal, after Liverpool last week, took a two-goal lead for the second time in a row. Especially the nervous stuff after the break reeked of title tension, something they’ve no doubt seen in Manchester too.
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