Arsenal Ends Sequence Defeats at Emirate Stadium with Draw Against Southampton
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Arsenal Ends Sequence Defeats at Emirate Stadium with Draw Against Southampton

The Gunners has denied Southampton the chance of snatching all three points as they held the team to a draw in the premier encounter on Wednesday night.

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal welcomes Southampton into the Emirate stadium with another slight change in Arteta’s starting eleven.

Alexander Lacazette was on the bench today as Nicolas Pepe make the start. Indeed it was an interesting encounter for both sides.

Until the 17 minutes when former Arsenal star Theo Walcott struck in a fierce shot to put Southampton on the lead, Arteta’s men were beautifully dominating the game.

The then Arsenal Theo Walcott couldn’t look at the already absurd stats of Arsenal this season as he makes use of the clean opportunity before him and adds salt to Arteta’s injury.

Arsenal Ends Sequence Defeats at Emirate Stadium with Draw Against Southampton. Photo Credit: Adrian Dennis – Pool/Getty Images

Thanks to the goal from Walcott as Southampton takes the lead in the first half before the game resumes from half.

Just a few minutes into the second half Aubameyand made the equalizer from a superb effort of Bukayo Saka.

The game went on as Arsenal’s Gabriel got his second Yellow card amounting to a Red card in the 62 minutes.

It appears to be a good opportunity for Southampton to snatch a win, but unfortunately for them and fortunately for Arsenal the game ended in 1-1.

The scintillating match ended Arsenal’s sequence of defeats in the premier league as well ended Aubameyang’s goal drought.

Arsenal has a record of 5 home successive defeats until the Wednesday night draws against Southampton.

Arsenal remains at the bottom half of the premier league table as Southampton is on their historic form this season maintaining a good position at the top of the league table.

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