It seems hard to believe that a team like Arsenal which started the new season of the Premier League so well is facing their worst time right now. Yes, the Gunners are in the cycle of failure! Changing the boss seems not the perfect decision for them but they have done it already. Now, the team is under the guidance of Ljungberg. After the Arsenal management sacked Unai Emery, this Swedish man has taken the charge. But his journey with the Gunners did not start so well. In his inaugural match, the Gunners failed to bring the precious victory at the Emirates Stadium but the match was drawn.
For the poor performance of the team, the former PSG manager lost his job from the Premier League club Arsenal. But his departure did not bring luck to their camp. Once again in the Premier League, the Gunners have lost points. This time, they have made the draw against the lower-ranked team Norwich City.
FT’ Norwich City 2 – 2 Arsenal
Aubameyang 29′(P) 57′
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Earlier today, at the venue of Norwich City, the Gunners have drawn the match by a 2 – 2 goals. In the two halves, the Gunners went behind twice times and both times, Aubameyang brought the team back to the game. The Interim coach of the Gunners Ljungberg could not make the expected start for Arsenal. Considering all the competition, the Gunners failed to get a single victory last eight matches consecutively.
In the 21st minute, the local team was ahead by the goal of Pukki. Through the counter-attack, he was passed by McLean and went to near the box. From outside of the box, the Finnish striker took the strong shot and by touching the defender Mustafi unfortunately, it went to the net. Eight minutes later, through the spot-kick, Aubameyang led Arsenal to return to the game. Into the box, there was a handball and so, Arsenal got the penalty. The shot of Aubameyang was stopped by the local team goalkeeper but before taking the shot, Norwich City players went into the box and so, the referee gave the penalty again. This time the Dutch goalkeeper could not save the net.
Ljungberg’s first game in temporary charge of Arsenal ended in a 2-2 draw against Norwich City at Carrow Road on Sunday thanks to a brace from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. pic.twitter.com/Uv1gJnbCs0
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In the additional minutes of the first half, Cantwell led the local team ahead once again but in the 12th minute of the 2nd half, Aubameyang’s 2nd goal saved the Gunners. Now, by playing 14th round in the EPL, the Gunners have gathered 19 points with 4 victories and seven draws.