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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang opened the scoring but was later sent off as Arsenal drew 1-1 with Crystal Palace.
Team News – Match Reports – Player Ratings
Match: Crystal Palace v Arsenal
Venue: Selhurst Park
Kick-Off (UK Time): 12:30 11/01/2020
It was a strong start from the visitors. Arsenal really took the game to this injury-plagued Crystal Palace side with high-tempo passing and pressing. It worked well as Mikel Arteta’s men looked a real threat in the match.
It didn’t take long for this to turn into something. With less than 15 minutes on the clock, David Luiz fizzed a pass into Mesut Ozil’s feet. The German flicked it for Alexandre Lacazette who, in turn, played the ball through for Pierre-Emerick Aubmeyang who controlled the pass and finished it off brilliantly. It was an excellent goal with swift passing and incisive finishing.
Arsenal truly dominated the first 30 minutes of the match. The Gunners saw the vast majority of the ball but their domination soon waned. Palace grew into the game a little bit towards the end of the first half but it didn’t lead to much. They didn’t threaten but the last 15 minutes of the first half reminded Arsenal that they can be a threat.
Palace started strongly after the break. Wilfried Zaha was a threat down the left, as was Jordan Ayew who held the line well for the home side. It was Ayew who made the difference. A simple ball into the Arsenal box wasn’t cleared and it fell to the former-Swansea man whose deflected shot took a huge deflection off David Luiz and into the back of the net.
Arsenal needed to respond but their task got a great deal more difficult when a seemingly innocuous challenge from Aubameyang was called back for a VAR review. After a lengthy delay, Aubameyang’s yellow card was turned into a red and the Gunners were down to ten men.
It took ten minutes for the first big test of 10-man Arsenal. A ball came into the box and Sokratis was forced into making an excellent goalline clearance to keep it at 1-1.
A few moments later and Arsenal came incredibly close at the other end. Lacazette played it out wide to Pepe on the left flank. The former Lille man aimed a shot towards the far corner but Palace goalkeeper Vicente Guatia did brilliantly to tip the shot onto the inside of the post. The rebound almost fell for Lacazette himself but the Palace stopper was there again.
That was the sole standout moment of the match when it was 10 against 11. Arsenal defended reasonably well and can feel a little disappointed not to have taken all three points today.