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2 Things That Went Wrong For Arteta In Today's Match Despite Win Against Newcastle

After a 2-0 success over Newcastle at the Emirates Stadium, Arsenal refocused and surrounded a main four completion in the Premier League.

Mikel Arteta's side was hoping to skip back from a 4-0 whipping because of Liverpool last end of the week, which finished a 10-game unbeaten run.

Nonetheless, they battled to separate Newcastle in the main half, with Pierre Emerick Aubameyang botching an unmistakable opportunity as the groups went into halftime level.

Bukayo Saka gave the Gunners the lead with a perfect completion from a tight point in the 56th moment prior to being constrained off with a physical issue.

Gabriel Martinelli, his substitution, multiplied Arsenal's lead with a deft volley only seconds subsequent to hitting on seal the success.

Let Take a glance at what turned out badly for Arteta on Saturday evening.

Slow beginning

Newcastle United showed up in London as the main group in the Premier League without a success this season, with Eddie Howe in control interestingly.

It was continually going to be hard to change that against an Arsenal group that has gained huge headway as of late.

The Gunners, then again, battled to separate the guests in the main half, who were content to sit profound and attempt to surprise Arsenal.

Regardless of having players like Smith Rowe and Saka in incredible structure, the Gunners' lethargic development play ran any expectations of going on.

At the point when Arsenal at last got a move on in the last five minutes of the half, they caused Newcastle issues and verged on starting to lead the pack, which makes one wonder of why they didn't attempt to take the game to Newcastle prior.

Aubameyang's battles

This season, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang has looked more like his old self, driving the Gunners in objectives scored with seven.

Nonetheless, he had the option to overcome the Magpies and partake in a tranquil evening.

Rather than seeking their chief for initiative, Saka and Smith Rowe were passed on to attempt to spur the Gunners to figure out how to get through against their tireless adversaries.

A terrible miss on the stroke of halftime summarized Aubameyang's day before objective.

After Smith Rowe was denied by Martin Dubravka, the Gunners skipper figured out how to volley the ball against the outside of the post from only a couple of yards out with the objective at his kindness.

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