Aston villa beaks their record against st the gunners
By munyaifrank | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 11 views
Aston villa have completed their first double over the the Gunners since their first appreareace in English premier league. Aston villa won over Arsenal FC 3-0 on the first round of the english premier league on December and they have won again by a goal to zero with an early strike feom Watkins who also scored on their previous clash on December. It is a second lose consecutively for Guners after they have also suffered a 2-1 lose agaist Wolves Mos week. The defeat against wolves was their first defeat of the year and its now two defeats for Mikel Arteta side. Arsenal were in Control of the match through out the match, it was just not their day. Hopefully they will make it better next match. The gunners are going to face Leeds united on the 14 of February at the Emirates stadium, Leeds united are also one of the competitive side on the EPL they have showed the strong capabilities. Leeds united recently won 3-1 agaist Leicester City.
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