Arsenal beats Fulham with goals from Martinelli and Magalhães and keeps the lead off

In Gabriel’s night, the London team scores 3-0 and continues with a 5-point advantage over Manchester City

the namesakes Gabriel Martinelli, Gabriel Magalhães It is Gabriel Jesus were highlights in the victory of the Arsenal over the Fulham per 3 to 0 for the 27th round of the English Championship. The first two scored goals in the victory, while Jesus returned to action since his injury for the Brazilian national team during the group stage of the Qatar World Cup. With three assists, the Belgian Leandro Trossard was the big name of the game in the stadium Craven Cottagein London.

After testing their fans with victories involving strong emotions in the last few rounds, Arsenal managed a quiet triumph against their London rivals in this round to maintain their good lead at the top. As a result, the team Mikel Arteta has five points of advantage for the vice-leader manchester city. That’s 66 points for Arsenal against 61 for City. This is the fourth consecutive victory for the London team. Without winning for two games, Fulham occupies eighth place, with 39 points.

After more careful first minutes of the two teams, Arsenal managed to find spaces in the defense of Fulham. Robinson even scored an own goal after Martinelli’s move, but the Brazilian was offside in the move, which was annulled. Afterwards, Arsenal got a corner with a dangerous finish by Xhaka. In the kick by Leandro Trossard, the Brazilian Gabriel Magalhães went up to head and opened the scoring in the 21st minute.

Gaining more and more space in Arsenal’s team, Trossard kept the momentum and provided another assist in the 26th minute. This time, Gabriel Martinelli appeared in the area to head in like a good striker and make it 2 to 0. To win and convince, Arsenal continued to completely dominate the first half. Xhaka, Martinelli and Trossard missed good opportunities, but the Belgian appeared in injury time to give his third assist for the goal. At 47 minutes, Odegaard dominated the area and scored 3-0 with ease.

Fulham improved in the second half and had some good opportunities, with Ramsdale even making an important defense. In a corner kick, Mitrovic headed in and even stamped the crossbar of the championship leader.

Returning from injury, Gabriel Jesus returned to acting after three months out of activity. The Brazilian striker even created a beautiful move and almost scored a goal on his return to the pitch.


At Old Trafford, Manchester United had to play with one player less for more than 55 minutes against Southampton because of the expulsion of Brazilian midfielder Casemiro in the first half. With a numerical disadvantage, Erik ten Hag’s team did not leave the 0-0 draw with Southampton.

After being thrashed 7-0 by Liverpool in the last round, the Manchester team is unable to recover. Manchester is third in the Premier League, with 50 points and fighting for a place in the European Champions League next season. Southampton is the tournament last, with 22 points.

Well posted, Southampton did well to hold off Manchester United’s attacks in the first half. The visiting team came close to scoring in Walcott’s header, defended by De Gea.

In the middle of the first half, Casemiro tackled Carlos Alcaraz, who was shooting towards the goal, and hit the opponent with the boot lock. The referee consulted VAR and gave the Brazilian midfielder a straight red card for the foul. This was the second straight red in the midfielder’s last three games in the Premier League. For being the second direct expulsion of the year, Casemiro will have to serve four games of suspension in national tournaments.

Playing without a fixed center forward after Weghorst left, Manchester changed their stance in the second half, which was quite dangerous. The game became more open, with both teams having great opportunities. In sequence, both teams hit the opponent’s beam and the scoreboard remained at zero.


Another match that stirred up the 27th round this Sunday was the 1-1 draw between West Ham and Aston Villa at the London Stadium. The goals were scored by Ollie Watkins and Said Benrahma. West Ham are the first team out of the relegation zone, with 24 points, the same number as Bournemouth, 18th. Aston Villa ends the round in 11th place, with 35 points.

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