Arsenal beat Burnley 3-1 to tie the score.

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Arsenal collected 3 points as intended. Ready to score points to tie Manchester City, the leading team that will compete on Sunday. After opening home to beat Burnley 3-1 in English Premier League football.

In the 8th minute, Burnley had a chance when Zeki Amdouni received the ball from Jordan Beyer and shot with a straight face outside the penalty area, but David Raya was still able to parry it away.

The Gunners also had a chance from Bukayo Saka’s shot in the 20th minute, but it didn’t get past James Trafford, who showed off a super save. ทางเข้า UFABET

In the 31st minute, the visiting team should have taken the lead. Johann Berg Gudmundsson He hooked the loose ball and shot with his left in the penalty area, but Raya still fell down and made an excellent save.

The game looked like it would be tied in the first half, but in the 45+1 minute, Oleksandr Zinchenko threw high from the left into the penalty area for Bukayo Saka to head in and set up Leandro Trossar. Headed from close range into the goal. His body also hit the post, causing a medical team to come in and take care of him for a while. Arsenal took the lead 1-0.

The first half ended with the Gunners leading Burnley 1-0.

In the second half, it was Burnley who equalized 1-1 in the 54th minute when Luca Coleocho beat Tomiyasu on the left and turned into the middle for Jay Rodriguez to catch the defender. The cannon poked out into the gun, Josh Brownhill fired a shot past Raya and into the goal.

But after only 3 minutes, the Gunners took the lead again, 2-1, Leandro Trossar took a corner kick on the left for William Saliba to head it into the net.

In the 74th minute, Arsenal made it 3-1. Trossar kicked a corner from the left. Dara O’Shea missed a header and hit his own crossbar. The ball was cleared without fail. Zinchenko jumped, shuffled his legs and shot with his left into the goal in a superior style.

In the 83rd minute, the Gunners were down to 10 players when Fabio Vieira turned on the ball at Josh Brownhill. The referee gave him a red card and sent him off.

remaining time There were no more goals. Arsenal defeated Burnley 3-1 at the end of the game.