HIGHLIGHTS | Manchester United vs Arsenal (3-2) | Premier League | Smith Rowe, Odegaard

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We were beaten on the road at Manchester United on Thursday night after a topsy-turvey game ultimately went the way of the home side.
Unbeaten in our last three visits to Old Trafford prior to this clash, we started on the front foot, zipping the ball about and keeping the hosts at arm’s length.
Having come close with an in-swinging corner that caused chaos within the first minute, we eventually made our set piece prowess count for the opening goal - but it was not without a hint of controversy.
That arose because when the ball was delivered into the box, United midfielder Fred stepped on David de Gea’s ankle and the goalkeeper went down. The loose ball fell to Emile Smith Rowe, and he finished smartly.
Cue mass confusion. It had to be a goal didn’t it, as no Arsenal player was involved in the clash with De Gea? Eventually after much debate, the goal was given and our fine start had its reward.
But after that we were pushed back by the hosts, who although not at their best, were causing problems - and eventually they found their equaliser just before the interval, Bruno Fernandes poking home from close range.
We started the second half on the front foot and Gabriel’s header soon brought a good save from De Gea, while at the other end Aaron Ramsdale had to be alert to deny Cristiano Ronaldo.
But the Portuguese wouldn’t be denied and minutes later he converted from Marcus Rashford’s cross to put the hosts in front.
But back we came, and an incredibly open start to the second half soon had another goal as Partey picked out Martinelli on the right, and his cross found Martin Odegaard and the Norwegian found the corner with a pinpoint strike to equalise.
The game remained open with Aubameyang having half a chance with a fierce drive that De Gea saved, but at the other end a tangle between Odegaard and Fred ended in a penalty for the hosts - and Ronaldo made no mistake from the spot.
We pushed and pushed to claw our way back into the match once more, but there was to be no late equaliser and we ended empty-handed from a frustrating night.
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Thanks to Auba that he help carry our team and really doing good for us on 3 years and now he really need to go we need new striker
Sule Mohammed
The arsenal second goal from .. the build up from Partey is beautiful... Beautiful goal pass beautiful goal
Ilyas Abdulazis
being a loser is commonly for me, but the fighting spirit that we lost for a decade are going back this season, hopefully we are going to the top someday
Ben Holland
Arsenals second goal was literally the same as our second the reactions are rlly different though 😂
Le Sting Official
Yes everyone is negative about the result but as for me, I am delighted with my team, yes we lost but the improvement is huge, yes we need to improve but just remember we were considered a relegation team some weeks ago...let's give the team time to mature. TRUST THE PROCESS
Mrs. Cook
After that brilliant performance by the inexperienced team, is it safe to say that Arteta needs to be given 2 more seasons after this?
Sergí Busstamante
801 professional career goals , awesome
Turanskaia Caucasus
Auba should literally go!!! Martinelly/Pepe deserves chance ahead auba 🤦‍♀️
E. S.
E. S. - 
Please put Tierney and Sami back, they give character and structure to the Team.
Sirus Morrison
The best defense we have to keep the ball in ourselves is the attack
Odegaard needs to be more disciplined in defence. He was lucky to get away with one against Newcastle and he gave away one here. Defend with your body.
eroi bior
You could see how Laca was frustrated when he came in. How can we still play Auba and have Laca on the bench??? Frustrating evening. Should have been a win for sure
Saka should have tried to volley those last 2 in box balls he got. He needs to score more as well
Nuzul Amru
RRP Tappan
What ever the results Arsenal still in my heart
051Melly Wayyy
I was shocked to see Mo start over Sambi. Side passes, back passes and slowing down the play. Doesn't look where a player is when defending just runs back and ball watch and it still gets pass him 😂. Pepe didn't even get a bring on over Eddie huh aint he the record signing an all.??
khotso Thulare
khotso Thulare - 21 jam yang lalu
This is one of those matches where Weare going to look back and regret odegaards premature selection of captain
The Cap
The Cap - 
Aubameyang going through the comments and he’ll be like “damn I thought I was decent “
V Chandrasekaran
Arteta gave more than enough time to Auba and now is a time to try laca and other options. We can't hope that Saka, ESR or Odegaard come up with something to win each game.
ST Sports TV
Super duper matches bro❤❤❤