Arsenal Sticks It To West Brom 2-0

September 28, 2017 by

Arsenal’s Two Man Band Secure 2-0 Score

Arsenal’s Alexandre Lacazette scored both goals against West Brom at Emirates Stadium on Monday.  Arsenal’s victory bumps them up into 7th place on the tables – one point behind 4th placed Tottenham and six points behind leaders Manchester City.  West Brom has been demoted into 12th position.  Having scored just four goals this season, the Baggies are now five games sans victory and have won only one of their 12 away league games for the year.

Arsenal’s performance – despite their having come out on top – was shaky at best.  Had it not been for the inclusion of Alexandre Lacazette in the starts it could have been a different situation altogether.  Manager Arsene Wenger’s decision to also grant a start to Sanchez proved to be the right one.  Sanchez proved instrumental in both of Lacazette’s goals.  It was the first time that the duo had started a Premier League game side by side.

Sanchez’s performance had not gone unnoticed by anyone – he enjoyed a standing ovation by the home crowd when he was substituted during the 83rd minute.

Arsenal may have had a very slow start to the season but are slowly regaining some of their former prowess.  Speaking to the press, Martin Keown said that it was the small partnerships that were responsible for building the team – Sanchez and Lacazette, Kolasinac and Ramsey – these were the building blocks of steady improvement.

Tony Pulis Is Disappointed – And It Shows

West Brom boss Tony Pulis has said that he was at peace with the referee’s decision regarding the  penalty despite the way that it all played out in the end.   Pulis had by this stage cooled down considerably after having been absolutely furious in the moment of the referee’s refusal to grant a penalty for Mustafi’s tackle on Rodrigues.  Pulis also disagreed vehemently with the decision that was made to grant a free kick during the build-up to Lacazette’s first goal.

Arsenal also suffered the same fate during the first half of the game when Krychowiak pulled at a corner of the shirt of Sanchez – this penalty was also denied.

West Brom has lost more Premier League games against Arsenal than against any other side – and it’s starting to show in the ever-growing bitter rivalry, mainly from the corner of Pulis.  Pulis really should focus less on his snigger-show and more on playing catch-up with Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal.

TOP online betting SITESMay 2018
#SiteNZRatingBonusBet
1 IE allowed5/5100% Match up to $250 NZD Bet now
Review
2 IE allowed4.9/5Deposit $100 & Get $100 Bet now
Review
3 IE allowed4.8/5$501 NZD Bonus Bet Bet now
Review
4 IE allowed4.7/5100% Match up to $200 NZD Bet now
Review

Trent Wilson

More About

Trent Wilson is OnlineBetting.nz’s resident sports news expert. He draws on his extensive sporting knowledge, his qualification in sports management and his passion for betting to provide the latest, most up to date information on sporting events in New Zealand and across the globe.
Trent is a veritable treasure trove of sports information and has been betting online for several years. He prides himself in keeping his readers informed, and in always offering an unbiased standpoint that reflects exactly what’s going on in the sports world.

View Posts - Visit Website