Following their Back to back defeat, Arsenal were hoping to bounce back to winning ways when they travelled to St Mary's Stadium to face Unpredictable Southampton in the English Premier League this afternoon. However the home side started their match on 3-4-3 formation while the visiting side Arsenal started their match on 4-3-3 formation. From the start of the match the home side took control of the match. On the other hand Arsenal had few chances in the first 10 minutes of the match. Meanwhile just few minutes before the half time the home side took the lead through Jan Bednarek. And the match went into the half time 1neil.
In the second half Both teams came back very stronger. Just in the 56 minutes Armando Broja got the yellow card following a heavy challenge. However both sides made their Substitution Bringing In fresh legs in the field. On the other hand Arsenal try their best to come back to the match but time was not on their side. At the end 1Neil is how it ended at St Mary's Stadium.
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