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Crystal Palace leave Arsenal three-falling out of CL spots

Crystal Palace beat Arsenal at Selhurst Park, leaving the visitors hopes of finishing inside the top four very slim.

The Eagles earned a well-deserved 3-0 win over a lacklustre Gunners side, thanks to goals from Andros Townsend, Yohan Cabaye and Luka Milivojevic.

Crystal Palace, who are officially sponsored by the Mansion Group; owner of successful casino brands like Casino.com, were picking up their fifth win in six Premier League outings, but still came into the match as underdogs.

Arsenal have been out of sorts in recent months, but have such quality in the side that you know they will bounce back to form, it just didn’t happen for us against our London rivals.

West Brom v Arsenal – What the stats said….

WEST BROM 3-1 ARSENAL; WHAT THE STATS SAYS AS REGARDS TO THE GUNNERS 3-1 LOSS TO WEST BROM.

The Gunners were hammered a big blow at the Hawthorns as Arsenal were beaten 3-1 under the view of 24065 spectators. The host started brightly as they took the lead through Craig Dawson who found some room in Arsenal’s defence to head home from a resultant corner-kick in the 12th minutes of the game.

Arsenal 5-0 Lincoln City – What the stats revealed about the game…

The Gunners were 5-0 winners over Lincoln FC in the FA Cup clash on Saturday to prove that their season is not all dead and gone, as it seems following back to back defeat against Liverpool (3-1) and (Bayern Munich 5-1 home and away) in the UEFA Champions League.

Be that as it may b, Theo Walcott got the breakthrough goal for Arsenal to open the scoring as goals kept coming in the second half.

The game was a true reflection of the score line as Arsenal dominated the game thus making Lincoln to be second best in the entire contest.

What the stats say about Arsenal v Bayern Munich

ARSENAL 1-5 BAYERN MUNICH: WHAT THE STATS SAYS AS REGARDS TO ARSENAL DEFEAT IN THE GAME.

The Gunners were beaten hands down as the Bavarian giants cruised past the hosts at the Emirates Stadium 5-1 in the match and 10-2 on aggregate. It was a dismal night of football for Arsenal as they suffered one of their heaviest defeats at the Champions league stage. The likes of Arjen Robben and Douglas Costa personally tore Arsenal’s defence apart as goals from Arturo Vidal completed the routing to make it 5-1 at the Emirates.

FIVE lessons we learnt from Arsenal’s defeat by Bayern Munich

The Gunners were beaten yet again 1-5 by the Bavarian giants Bayern Munich in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League tie at the Emirates to the dismay of the watching fans and English Football at large.

The host (Arsenal) came into the top match against Bayern on the eve of the 3-1 Liverpool defeat at Anfield at the weekend which prompted so many questions to the Arsenal side and Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger in particular as regards to the contract extension at the end of the season.

Liverpool 3-1 Arsenal – The stats highlight our dismal display!

Liverpool took on Arsenal in a frenetic game at Anfield as hostilities were certain in the game against Arsenal who were one point ahead of Liverpool going into the fixture. It was Liverpool’s day as the likes of Sadio Mane and Philippe Coutinho made sure that Arsenal were dealt a huge blow at Anfield on the occasion.

The game saw Arsenal start the game without their inspirational Chilean forward Alexis Sanchez as he was left out on the bench by Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger. He came on and made an instant impact in the game but Liverpool still had the final say as Georginio Wijnaldum ensured the three points at the death.

Five talking points from Arsenal’s defeat in Bayern Munich

BAYERN MUNICH 5-1 ARSENAL: FIVE TALKING POINTS FROM THE CRUNCH GAME.

The host Bayern Munich mauled Arsenal in front of the German supporters who were happy at the end of the game following the 5-1 demolition of the Visiting Arsenal side.

Bayern led by Philipp Lahm did not waste time in taking initiative in the match as they opened the scoring with just 8 minutes played.

The visitors (Arsenal) for much of the game were second best as the German host (Bayern Munich) dominated match proceedings in the entire game.

Arsenal 2-0 Hull City: What the Stats said…..

Arsenal 2-0 Hull City: What the Statistics says as regards to Arsenal win over Hull City.

The Gunners picked up the maximum three points courtesy of their talismanic forward Alexis Sanchez who scored two cheeky goals in the 34th minutes and in the 92nd minute of the match to confirm the win for the Gunners.
The host started well and spurned their chances as it looked to be heading for a goalless first half into the break before the Chile forward out of persistent and good positioning in the box gave Arsenal the lead in the most fortunate circumstances (ball to hand) in the game.

Chelsea 3-1 Arsenal – What the stats said….

CHELSEA 3-1 ARSENAL: DETAILED STATISTICS AS REGARDS TO THE BLUES 3-1 WIN OVER ARSENAL

The Blues were 3-1 winners over the visiting Arsenal side as goals from Marcos Alonso, Eden Hazard and Cesc Fabregas were all Chelsea needed to take all the three maximum points before Olivier Giroud pulled a goal back for the Gunners (consolation one for that matter) as he was set up by the impressive delivery of Nacho Monreal on the left side of attack.

Arsenal boss hails ‘killer’ hat-trick hero Alexis Sanchez

It is hardly surprising that Arsene Wenger was full of praise for the Arsenal and Chile international star Alexis Sanchez, because despite the fact that Arsenal dominated the game for pretty much the whole 90 minutes away to West Ham yesterday, it was the killer instinct and finishing of Alexis that ensured the Gunners the points we deserved.

His manager spoke to the Arsenal website about the star striker who bagged a brilliant hat-trick in the space of 14 minutes just when thoughts were inevitably turning to the idea that we might be punished for the profligacy that his team mates had shown up to that point, even on the opening goal from Ozil as it was an unselfish piece of play from the Chilean that gave the German a tap in.