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Arsenal picked up a vital 2-0 win over Manchester United to take them within one point of third-place in the Premier League.
Team News – Player Ratings – Match Highlights
Match: Arsenal v Manchester United
Stadium: Emirates Stadium
Kick-Off (UK Time): 16:30 10/03/2019
These fixtures are usually amongst the best for both clubs but this particular clash between Arsenal and Manchester United carried extra significance. Just one point separated the two clubs before kickoff and there was a chance to gain ground on rival teams after Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur dropped points.
Arsenal started sharply but the visitors created the best early chance. Ainsley Maitland-Niles went to sleep and Luke Shaw found time to cross down the left. The Englishman whipped a fine ball into the box but Romelu Lukaku could only clip the crossbar with a simple chance.
The Gunners responded quickly. Maitland-Niles found Alexandre Lacazette down the right flank as the Frenchman cut inside. He laid it off to Granit Xhaka who wasn’t being pressured by the defence and elected to shoot from 30 yards. Usually, it takes some special to beat David De Gea from there but the Spaniard misjudged Xhaka’s strike and the Gunners were in front.
This time, it was United who responded. Some good build-up play saw the ball rolled off to Fred on the edge of the area. The Brazilian shaped to curl it into the far corner but his shot was low and clipped the outside of the near post.
Arsenal controlled possession but those two warning shots encouraged the Gunners to tighten up defensively. Romelu Lukaku didn’t get the message when he attempted to round Bernd Leno but the German recovered to make a good save and ensure the Gunners went into halftime in front.
The second half started with the visitors very much in the ascendancy. United looked the better side and saw a lot of the ball as Arsenal elected to stand off and soak up the pressure.
It resulted in chances for the visitors. Romelu Lukaku had a couple of decent opportunities but Bernd Leno stood up and was equal to everything. But Arsenal were set up to counter. Ozil, Aubameyang and Lacazette remained up the field throughout the second half and the Gunners were rewarded.
The Frenchman found space and drove into the box before going down under the challenge of Fred. The referee pointed straight to the penalty spot which left Arsenal with a feeling of Deja Vu. Looking to undo his error against Spurs last week, Aubameyang stepped up and did what he couldn’t do by finding the back of the net.
The second goal proved a killer for the visitors as Arsenal controlled the match. The Gunners just soaked up the pressure and saw out the final twenty minutes to pick up a hugely important three points.
Here’s how we rate the Arsenal players:
Bernd Leno – 8
It was an excellent performance from Bernd Leno. The German made a number of excellent saves with that block against Romelu Lukaku in the first half a particular standout. He was also quick off his line and deserved his clean sheet.
Ainsley Maitland-Niles – 6.5
Ainsley Maitland-Niles really grew into this one. The Englishman was pretty woeful in the opening 20 minutes but looked a lot more comfortable as the match progressed. He played well in the second half and made an important couple of tackles and interceptions.
Sokratis Papastathopoulos – 8
He played well. Sokratis Papastathopoulos was a little slow to get out at times but can be pleased with his defensive performance.
Laurent Koscielny – 7.5
Another solid performance from Laurent Koscielny. The Frenchman defended well up against Romelu Lukaku for the most part and took good care of the ball.
Nacho Monreal – 7
Nacho Monreal completed the back three and stood up well. The Spaniard defended well but was perhaps a little more wasteful in possession than usual.
Sead Kolasinac – 7
Sead Kolasinac put in a good shift down that left flank. He was perhaps a little slow to get out and defend at times but was a willing option moving forward.
Aaron Ramsey – 8
A disciplined midfield performance from Aaron Ramsey. The Welshman stood up to the task well and played better in a midfield two than he has in some time. He can be pleased with his evening.
Granit Xhaka – 8
Granit Xhaka played just as well alongside Ramsey. The Swiss midfielder grabbed the crucial opening goal but moved the ball around the pitch well all day long. Great stuff.
Mesut Ozil – 7
Mesut Ozil stood up to the test well today. He was a good out ball moving forward and linked up well with the rest of the attacking three.
Sub: Alex Iwobi (76′) – 6
He did well in his 15-minute appearance.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – 7.5
Arsenal’s two strikers were excellent today but Pierre-Emerick Aubamey, in particular,lar deserves credit. The Gabonese striker stood up and took the penalty just a week after he failed to convert against Spurs.
Sub: Denis Suarez (80′) – 6.5
This was probably Denis Suarez’s best cameo performance for the club. He looked lively and willing to dribble with the ball.
Alexandre Lacazette – 8
Alexandre Lacazette was lively all match long. The Frenchman assisted the first goal and won the penalty for the second to cap an impressive performance.
Sub: Eddie Nketiah (86′) – 6.5
Eddie Nketiah made a good impression in a short cameo. He worked hard and won a couple of free kicks to help his side get up the pitch.