Arsenal Receive Massive Boost Ahead Of Their Match Against Cardiff City

Arsenal Receive Massive Boost Ahead Of Their Match Against Cardiff City

After a shaky start, Unai Emery's men broke the deadlock on 12 minutes when Shkodran Mustafi powered home a header from Granit Xhaka's corner.

A flick from outside of the boot from Lacazette saw the ball travel to Aubameyang, who then curled it in from distance to get Arsenal's second.

Torreira is, however, yet to be named in the starting lineup of the Arsenal team but his impact for the team each time giving an opportunity caught the eye of both fans and pundits.

Alexandre Lacazette scored the victor nine minutes from time as Arsenal eventually beat Cardiff City 3-2 for their first away win of the season. Though Cardiff had by far fewer shots on goal than the visitors, it was far too easy for them to equalise - twice.

"I have the hardest job in the Premier League by a mile".

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Unai Emery is just a handful of games into his reign at Arsenal, but already he is facing up to the problem that Arsene Wenger never satisfactorily resolved.

After storming out of his news conference following United's defeat to Tottenham, demanding "respect, respect" from the media, Mourinho was much calmer ahead of his side's trip to Burnley, and the approach may have brought rewards on the field.

Gunners midfielder Aaron Ramsey was pleased they built on their win over the Hammers after losing their first two games under Emery to champions Manchester City and Chelsea.

Messi made it 1-1 in the 16th minute - weaving his way past, around and through four defenders before firing a pinpoint strike past the goalkeeper - followed by the own goal (Jorge Pulido) in the 24th. "Maybe in the second half, with his position on the pitch, I think he feels better". They were gifted chances here and Arter could easily have punished Cech's early mistake, while Morrison's late header could still have snatched a point, but they were left empty-handed despite creating enough chances for a handful of goals.

Petr Cech is again expected to be deployed in goal, as Bernd Leno's wait for a start continues.