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Arsenal lost 1-0 to Sheffield United after another dire away performance in the Premier League.
Team News – Match Reports – Player Ratings
Match: Sheffield United v Arsenal
Venue: Bramall Lane, Sheffield
Kick-Off (UK Time): 20:00 21/10/2019
It was a decent start to the match for Arsenal who had the best of the early exchanges. The visitors even had a strong penalty shout when Sokratis Papastathopoulos was hurled to the floor from a corner. It wasn’t given and the Gunners were forced to play on.
The home side threatened but it was Arsenal who had the best early chance. Nicolas Pepe started a move with some fine interplay that ended up in the final third. Sead Kolasinac crossed for the sprinting Pepe but the Ivorian failed to finish the move he had started.
But it was the home side which took the lead. Sheffield grew into the match and got their reward when a deep corner was headed back across the face of goal for Lys Mousset to tap in unmarked.
Arsenal had another penalty shout turned down in the first half when Bukayo Saka went down. He picked up a yellow card for his efforts as the sides went into the break level.
The Gunners pushed right up after the break. The majority of the first 20-minute spell was spent with Sheffield United camped in their own third as the visitors pressed for an equaliser. Chances were few and far between as Dani Ceballos and Alexandre Lacazette entered the fray.
They failed to create much in the way of clear-cut chances for the visitors who seemed incapable of breaching this Sheffield United defence. The second half had a familiar pattern throughout the second half and the substitutions didn’t change much.