Arsenal Returns to the Top After Win at Aston Villa.

Must Read

FG Reacts To Pastor Oyakhilome’s Comment On Lockdown, 5G Network

The Federal Government has reacted to a comment made by founder of Christ Embassy, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome that the...

Nigeria On Course To Stop Coronavirus Pandemic: FG

The Federal Government has expressed that Nigeria remains on the right path to conquer the Coronavirus pandemic in the...

Only Buhari Can Determine Extension Of Lockdown In Lagos, Ogun, FCT – FG

The Federal Government says only President Muhammadu Buhari can decide whether or not, the lockdown of Lagos, Ogun and...

COVID-19: Buhari Sends Solidarity Message To UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson

President Muhammadu Buhari has sent his message of solidarity to UK's prime minister, Boris Johnson who was rushed into...

Covid-19: Ekiti Begins Distribution Of Palliatives (Photos)

Following the lockdown imposed on the nation as a result of the novel coronavirus, Ekiti state government has begun...
Omaku Cephas
Cephas is a Content Strategist who loves to write about travels and sports. He's a proud supporter of local publishers and wants to see them get more creative with genuine content. He's keen on rekindling your passion for anything sports and travels.

Arsenal leapfrogged Manchester City and Chelsea to return to the top of the Premier League with victory at Aston Villa.

It was a win that was, for the most part, comfortable in the extreme as goals from Jack Wilshere and Olivier Giroud inside a minute in the first half gave Arsene Wenger’s team the lead their superiority fully deserved.

Villa had spent much of the game chasing shadows and being outclassed but finally managed to give the visitors some anxious moments when Christian Benteke scored his first goal since 14 September with a diving header 14 minutes from time.

Wilshere, Slides Home Arsenal's Opener From inside The Area from a Mesut Ozil's Assist.
Wilshere, Slides Home Arsenal’s Opener From inside The Area from a Mesut Ozil’s Assist.

The visitors held on for what was a vital, and deserved, win as they extended an unbeaten record at Villa Park to 15 matches stretching back to December 1998

The good news for the Gunners was the return of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain since the opening day loss to the same opponent, coming on as a late substitute for another second-half substitute, Tomas Rosicky, who suffered a nose injury in a challenge with Gabriel Agbonlahor.

Sourced from the BBC.

- Advertisement -

1 COMMENT

  1. +++ MUST READ+++

    Are you in need of free sms code, free call code, free 2gb and also browse free on ur phone and laptop..latest music,video,movies,latest News and many more

    Get your 2014 jamb,waec,neco,nabteb expo free to your phone just click my name for all

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -