The fortunes of Mikel Arteta could have finally changed after Arsenal's terrible beginning of the season. As the Spaniard was afraid of the worst and watched in horror when his wobbly summer signature was Ben White, Matej Vydra, ran up and toured as the goalie, Aaron Ramsdale, hurried out to mop up the mess. Referee Anthony Taylor handed Burnley the 69th penalty to knock Martin Odegaard down on his first half goal. Arsenal's trust may have evaporated from the start of the season and only a small win against Norwich last weekend following three consecutive losses, but they were saved when Mr. Taylor was asked by VAR to review his monitor and he noticed Ramsdale got a slight nick before he connection to Vydra.
In the 30th minute of their match, Martin Odegaard netted a wonderful free kick to put Arsenal in the lead.
There was no penalty, Arsenal won and after a few weeks ago and Spurs first, if they win the North London Derby next weekend, they might join their rivals for the same amount of items. It wasn't quite a celebration that Sean Dyche signed a new four-year deal at Turf Moor Thursday. He did not win in 13 games at home, and while he was upset over a rare spot-kick, Burnley had still a lot of work to do this season in the lower three without a win.
Since joining Arsenal from Real Madrid, Odegaard scored his first goal, breaking the deadlock
A ray of optimism took the form of Maxwel Cornet, a winger from Lyon in the summer, £15 million. He entered the game after 57 minutes and made practically a shot from 12 meters, overwhelmingly successful for Aaron Ramsdale. On the other hand, Burnley, although he had given £15 million to the winger Maxwel Cornet his debut off the bench, could not celebrate Sean Dyche's signing of a new four-year term on Thursday. Back in London, Burnley has not won a victory against Tottenham Hotspur, but since January, Arsenal will boost success in their north London Derby against Tottenham Hotspur next weekend.
In the end, Arteta was happy to be able to address the two thousand distant fans, but once the players were in the dressing room, there was a brief fight between the two groups of fans. Although there were no major confrontations between a number of authorities, both groups of fans threw missiles. In the first 45 minutes Arsenal's gloss would have enjoyed Gareth Southgate, the boss of England, because Burnley did not shockfully put a hand on them.
The victory is an important lift for the Mikel Arteta Arsenal Manager whose squad has now won two matches in a row.
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