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Arsenal needed a late equaliser from Alexandre Lacazette after another woeful performance at the Emirates.
Team News – Match Reports – Player Ratings
Match: Arsenal v Southampton
Venue: Emirates Stadium
Kick-Off (UK Time): 15:00 23/11/2019
It was a slow start to this one as far as Arsenal were concerned. Unai Emery elected to stick with the 3-4-1-2 formation which he used for the defeat against Leicester City before the international break.
The visitors started well and pushed Arsenal from the off, seizing upon some sloppy defending to create a chance inside the opening 20 seconds of the match.
When Arsenal did try to settle, they hardly convinced. And when Southampton won a free kick on the edge of the area and took it quickly, Arsenal didn’t react. Danny Ings was in and had all the time in the world to find a way past Bernd Leno to make it 1-0.
The Saints were on top and looked the likeliest side to grab the second goal of the match but fortunately, it came at the other end.
Mesut Ozil picked up the ball in a promising area and slid it down the left flank for Kieran Tierney. The former Celtic man whipped a fine cross in for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang whose shot was blocked. Fortunately, it fell straight to Alexandre Lacazette and the Frenchman finished it well.
Arsenal needed to change things after the break and they did just that. Nicolas Pepe entered the pitch as Calum Chambers departed and the Gunners changed formations.
The Ivorian had an immediate impact. Pepe should have done better with a 2v1 situation before he got on the end of a deep Tierney cross and smashed the ball against the crossbar with an acrobatic effort.
But Arsenal’s dominant start soon waned. The Gunners struggled to break down their opponents despite the wealth of attacking talent on the pitch. All of Arsenal’s four key attackers were playing together but just didn’t create enough opportunities.
The only chances they did create were at the other end. Sokratis lost possession 20 yards from his own goal and Southampton very nearly made it 2-1.
Ten minutes later and they did. A simple through ball came into the box and Kieran Tierney brought down a Southampton attacker as the referee pointed to the spot. VAR checked the decision but it was upheld. Bernd Leno saved James Ward Prowse’s first effort but could do little from the rebound.
Emery gambled and threw Gabriel Martinelli into the fray in addition to the rest of the attacking players. It had an air of desperation and the team certainly played like it. Arsenal still couldn’t create chances with almost every opportunity in front of goal coming at the other end. Southampton had half a dozen golden chances to kill the game but they failed to.
The referee awarded a whopping 7 minutes of injury time and Arsenal needed every single one of them. 95 minutes had been played when Martinelli crossed the ball for Lacazette at the back post who stabbed it home to equalise with one of the final kicks of the match.