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Arsenal FC » Bilanz gegen AFC BournemouthLiveticker mit allen Spielereignissen, Toren und Statistiken zum Spiel AFC Bournemouth - FC Arsenal - kicker. In der vierten Runde des FA Cups ist der FC Arsenal bei Bournemouth gefordert. das Team von Coach Mikel Arteta will den Aufwärtstrend. Read about AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal in the Premier League /19 season, including lineups, stats and live blogs, on the official website of the Premier.
Bournemouth Arsenal Arsenal have Leno to thank VideoAFC Bournemouth vs Arsenal 3-3 All Goals \u0026 Extended Highlights HD ~ EPL 3/1/2017
Nearly another Saka gets in behind yet again and crosses low. More players down This is turning into a properly bruising encounter. Steve Cook you lucky boy The Boiurnemouth centre-back has Nketiah haring at him as the ball comes back to him in the box.
Another injury blow for Arsenal? Bournemouth subs Callum Wilson and Simon Francis replace Harry Wilson and Jack Simpson. Willock shot Joe Willock flicks the ball past Simpson who drags him back but he gets a shot off anyway which is saved.
Arsenal sub Nicolas Pepe is replaced by Ceballos. Ceballos incoming Dani Ceballos is about to come on. Simpson goes so close A corner from the left is met by Jack Simpson just inside the six yard box.
Arsenal sub Holding replaces Mustafi who is stretchered off. Mustafi and Martinez in a muddle Mustafi steps forward to clear the ball but his header gifts possession straight to Bournemouth.
Martinelli fine Martinelli is fine now by the way everyone. Arsenal stand strong Surman whips a cross to the back post but Arsenal deal with it.
Martinelli down Martinelli goes down holding his foot after a challenge with Smith and is being treated. Pepe forgets the ball The ball comes out to Pepe for the first time in the half but as he tries to dribble down the outside he leaves it behind.
Second half Bournemouth kick off the second half. James Benge. A dynamic duo in the making. Half time. Bournemouth Arsenal A great first half from the Gunners as Bukayo Saka and Eddie Nketiah put them up at the break.
Added time Two minutes added time. Martinez save Good save at the near post from Martinez to stop Harry Wilson from scoring.
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Arsenal had one final chance in added time to snatch a win under Arteta at the first time of asking through substitute Joe Willock, but his low effort was easily saved by Ramsdale, leaving Arteta with plenty to think about ahead of games against Chelsea and Manchester United.
It wasn't the result Mikel Arteta would have wanted from his first game as Arsenal head coach, but there were promising signs for the Gunners and their Spanish head coach during their draw with Bournemouth.
Firstly, the balance of the Gunners' midfield looked better with solid performances from Lucas Torreira and Granit Xhaka, while Mesut Ozil also produced a promising display, starting in the No 10 position.
Arsenal had more shots in this game 17 than they did in their previous two Premier League games combined 12 — six each vs Everton and Manchester City.
Secondly, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang continued his excellent scoring run to rescue Arsenal's point. The Arsenal captain has now scored 11 of Arsenal's last 16 away league goals, including seven of their last nine on the road in the Premier League.
He's scored 12 goals in the Premier League so far this season and 14 in all competitions. Finally, Arsenal, who have now won 11 points from losing positions in the Premier League this season - more than any other side - showed plenty of fight and character to respond to Dan Gosling's first-half strike.
On the other hand, there were signs of the task of the job facing Arteta in north London. Some of his players are struggling for confidence at the moment and top of that list is Alexandre Lacazette, who produced a number of poor finishes at Bournemouth.
The final ball from Arsenal's wide players was also lacking, while their failure to keep a clean sheet will still be a cause for concern for Arteta and his coaching staff.
However, it is still very small steps for Arteta's Arsenal, who will have much sterner tests to come in the shape of Chelsea, live on Sky Sports on Super Sunday , next and Manchester United on New Year's Day.
We will surely get a much clearer view of the job facing Arteta and the changes he is trying to bring in, in the next week or so, but it's a positive first small step for the new head coach at the Emirates.
Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta : "I am pleased with a lot of things I have seen today and a lot of things we practised that happened today.
I am not happy we have not won the game but happy overall. In terms of attitude, desire and commitment it was better than I expect. They are not used to playing at this rhythm.
My only aim now is to find solutions, to attack better, defend better, I don't look at the games, the urgency, the impact, needs to be now.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe : "I thought the players gave everything to win the match. It was one of those games that ultimately could have gone either way at the end - they had chances, we had chances.
But I think we'll take the point and then try and build on it. Line-ups Bournemouth Formation 12 Ramsdale. Arsenal Formation 1 Leno.
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Torreira had a great game, Ozil looked interested and Pepe was bright when he came on. The team passed the ball better than they have for most of the season.
Still fragile at the back, and Lacca looks rusty, but I think Arteta should view that as a good first game in charge.
Will Arsenal end up in the top half this season? Up vote for Y down vote for N? What a terrible season arsenal are having. I agree Arsenal have a fair few of these.
Ultimately, football goes in cycles. I feel like Arteta will now start an upward trajectory. Time will tell. A decent start for Arteta.
A point away from home in difficult conditions. The team showed much more urgency and a desire to play forwards. A lack of quality in the final third cost Arsenal the three points.
Good first half from Ozil. All of that said, the relentless negativity about Arsenal on the live commentary on this site demonstrates massive bias.
BBC praying for Arteta to fail. Ozil was best player on the pitch in the first half. Arsenal have definitely improved already! Could have won with better finishing.
As Ty might say - the rain didn't help either They bring nothing positive to the club whatsoever and much like Piers Morgan, are nothing more than an embarrassment for most Arsenal fans.
The issue I have with the BBC is that I am legally obliged to help fund them. They are supposed to be impartial but are simply a click bait, tabloid style sports site.
Arsenal might be behind spurs in the table still a much bigger club with a history spurs fans can only dream of. Point Percy at the Porcelain.