Premier League ’18-19 – Highlights: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Maintains Arsenal’s Superiority

This is the next two matches of the Premier League, Match Day 13 of 38. The highlights are appended below the points table.

Premier League ’18-19 – Highlights: Manchester City Continue To Dominate

Points Table – Premier League ’18-19

Rank Name Won Draw Lost Points
1 Manchester City 11 2 0 35
2 Liverpool 10 3 0 33
3 Tottenham 10 0 3 30
4 Chelsea 8 0 1 28
5 Arsenal 8 3 2 27
6 Everton 6 4 3 22
7 Manchester United 6 4 4 21
8 Bournemouth 6 2 5 20
9 Watford 6 2 2 20
10 Leicester City 5 3 3 18

For Complete Premier League 2018-19 team rankings, click here

English Premier League 2018-19 – Full Schedule

Match 8 of 10: Bournemouth vs Arsenal

Result: 1 – 2

Goal Scorers:

  • Bournemouth: Joshua King 45+1′
  • Arsenal: Jefferson Lerma 30′ (OG), Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 67′

Match Statistics:

Bournemouth Team Stats Arsenal
11 Shots 20
5 Shots On Target 4
41% Possession 59%
394 Passes 574
74% Pass Accuracy 80%
6 Fouls 9
2 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
4 Offsides 2
5 Corners 8


Premier League

  • Towards the finish of seven days in which Unai Emery expressed his longing to lead Arsenal once again into the Champions League, having had it expressed for his sake by the club’s overseeing chief, Vinai Venkatesham, came an outcome that driven them closer towards that goal at the first run through of inquiring.
  • Triumph over Bournemouth puts Arsenal only one point behind Chelsea in fourth and in addition stretches out their unbeaten raced to a great 17 matches.

  • These stay early days, obviously, and substantially more will be think about Arsenal’s capacity to not just get into the Champions League qualifying places however remain there after their next two recreations – Sunday’s visit of Tottenham pursued by a trek to Old Trafford – yet this was a without a doubt empowering evening for Emery’s men.
  • They were not taking care of business but rather demonstrated character and assurance against energetic and gifted has and having lost a lead comfortable end of the principal half, recaptured it halfway as the second progressed half on account of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s tenth goal of the season in all rivalries.

  • For Bournemouth this was a third annihilation in line yet Eddie Howe and his players can take support from how they performed here. Saying that, Jefferson Lerma might be quick to overlook this experience in a rush given the stunning own-goal he scored to give Arsenal the first of their two leads on 30 minutes.
  • Joshua King to some degree saved the Colombian midfielder’s reddens with his balancing goal on 46 minutes, and Lerma himself verged on scoring at the correct end with a low, long-remove drive on 84 minutes that hit the post. At the end of the day for those in red and dark, it was not intended to be.

  • Emery sprung a strategic astonishment before commencement by conveying a three-man guard without precedent for the alliance this season. Mesut Özil was additionally just among Arsenal’s substitutes, while Alexandre Lacazette was missing out and out having neglected to recoup from a minor groin strain.
  • The change from 4-2-3-1 to 3-4-2-1 proposed Emery anticipated that Bournemouth would arrange in a comparable development, yet that demonstrated to not be the situation. Rather the hosts went outdated – 4-4-2, with Callum Wilson and Ryan Fraser, who scored for England and Scotland separately amid the worldwide break, among the starters.

  • Similar to another player who grabbed the attention for his nation amid the past fortnight – Wales’ David Brooks. It was Brooks who had the ball in the net after just eight minutes following a perfect one-two with Joshua King just for the goal to be managed offside by the right hand official on the close side.
  • Arms stockpile were attempting to get into the amusement, looking incoherent and somewhat confused in their once in a while utilized arrangement. Gradually yet definitely, nonetheless, the guests took control of procedures.
  • Alex Iwobi and Aubameyang both conveyed shots on goal, after a prior one from Lucas Torreira that hit the post, and afterward came the leap forward. Torreira was again included, playing a go to Iwobi whose thusly moved the ball towards Sead Kolasinac as he crashed into the left channel of Bournemouth’s region.

  • His resulting cross was heading towards the back post – until the point that Lerma extended a leg trying to obstruct the conveyance yet rather figured out how to volley the ball first time into the back of his own net from 15 yards out. It was a hair-raising wrap up by the player, yet just served to give Arsenal the lead and make him look absurd.
  • The guests kept up control and showed up on course for their first half-time lead of the season. Be that as it may, at that point a moment into stoppage time, Iwobi lost the ball inside Bournemouth’s region following a corner and, from the resulting counterattack, King leveled with a twisting crash into the best corner of the net.

  • Going to some degree against sort, Emery did not change his arrangement amid the interim. The men in mint green turned out again in a 3-4-2-1 development and, likewise once more, at first attempted to get to holds with the rhythm of play. In any case, there is undoubted steel about Arsenal nowadays.
  • They did not clasp under the weight and conveyed forward by the incredible Torreira, started to again force themselves on their adversaries.
  • The guests were presently ruling ownership and domain and on 67 minutes recaptured the lead. Again Arsenal’s goal originated from Iwobi playing in Kolasinac however this time his resulting cross was occupied past Asmir Begovic by one of his partners in the state of the sliding Aubameyang.

  • Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Kolasinac both had opportunities to make it 3-1 to Arsenal while Junior Stanislas, on as a 72nd-minute substitute, tried Bernd Leno with a short proximity drive. Lerma at that point raised expectations further of a second Bournemouth equalizer, and in stoppage time it seemed well and really on after Shkodran Mustafi gave away a free-kick on the edge of the territory with a commonly heedless test on Wilson. However, Stanislas hit the set piece well finished.


Match 9 of 10: Wolves vs Huddersfield

Result: 0 – 2

Goal Scorers:

  • Huddersfield: Aaron Mooy 6′, 74′

Match Statistics:

Wolves Team Stats Huddersfield
12 Shots 14
3 Shots On Target 6
44% Possession 56%
441 Passes 549
75% Pass Accuracy 79%
9 Fouls 8
1 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
1 Offsides 1
3 Corners 5


Premier League

  • Perhaps it was the five days in Marbella that worked. Straight from some appreciated winter daylight amid the worldwide break, Huddersfield Town warmed the hearts of their voyaging supporters on a crisp evening at Molineux with their first away win of the season, kindness of two goals from Aaron Mooy, to climb six places in the table.
  • It was the first run through Huddersfield have scored more than once for 23 Premier League matches – they could undoubtedly have had three or four – and conveyed a rude awakening to Wolves, who were exhaustively outflanked and looked unrecognizable from the group that has taken focuses off Manchester City, Manchester United and Arsenal this season.

  • Wolves will ponder the minute in the second half when Philip Billing, the extraordinary player on the pitch, tidied Raúl Jiménez’s header up the line, with Huddersfield driving 1-0 at the time, however Nuno Espírito Santo could have no protests with the outcome. Wolves have now lost their last three home matches and severely need to rediscover the excite and fervor that described their splendid opening to the season.
  • Huddersfield coould not have improved a beginning. The guests were ahead after just six minutes and that goal set the tone for a gigantically amazing first a large portion of that proposed David Wagner had gotten his work done on Wolves.

  • Huddersfield stuffed the midfield, denying Rúben Neves and João Moutinho the existence to control the diversion, and played with developing certainty against a Wolves side that were booed off at the interim.
  • Nuno looked as baffled as the home supporters sounded after a frantically poor opening 45 minutes. Wolves neglected to enlist a shot on focus amid that period and it was disturbing to see the group playing with so little union. Indeed, even routine passes were going off to some far away place, fuelling the dishearten in the stands, where the murmurs of inconvenience began to get more intense and more intense.

  • Rui Patrício, the Wolves goalkeeper, kicked one ball straight out of play, Willy Boly imprudently gave away ownership just in front the burrows and Moutinho invested excessively energy going in reverse as opposed to advances. They were a long way from detached cases, in any case, and actually Wolves were poor everywhere throughout the contribute the principal half.
  • Huddersfield, in decency, merit massive credit for making life so uneasy for their adversaries and it is a proportion of their predominance in the principal half – Jonathan Hogg, Billing and Mooy controlled the focal point of the pitch – that they could without much of a stretch have added to their initial lead.

  • Steve Mounié saw one header spared by Patrício and another, without further ado before the interim, obstructed by Matt Doherty.
  • Mooy had not been so sympathetic. A slick trade on the Huddersfield left observed Billing discharge the covering Erik Durm, who shrewdly selected Mooy. Absolutely plain on the edge of the region, the Australian expertly controlled a low right-footed shot into the base corner with the side of his foot. It was a stunning completion.
  • Nuno typically rolled out improvements at the interim. Moutinho and Ivan Cavaleiro were supplanted by Morgan Gibbs-White and Adama Traoré. The last took up a situation through the center yet floated at wide on occasion and instantly caused issues with his pace.

  • It was Traoré’s cross from the correct that Jimenez, climbing most astounding at the far post, gestured crosswise over Jonas Lossl for what resembled a specific goal. Charging, nonetheless, had different thoughts and figured out how to snare clear, with goalline innovation affirming that the entire ball had not gone too far.
  • At this point the amusement was extended and risks went back and forth at the two closures. Charging, covering each piece of sod, twisted barely wide as Huddersfield pushed for a second.

  • Jiménez could then have leveled in dubious design – Terence Kongolo was down harmed and playing the Portuguese onside – yet the striker made a pig’s ear of the opening and neglected to try and inconvenience Jonas Lössl . It was a minute that summed up Wolves’ day and more awful was to pursue for the home group.
  • Patrício did well to obstruct a low shot from Alex Pritchard, following another pleasant move including Billing and Mooy, however the Wolves goalkeeper was gravely to blame minutes after the fact.

  • Mooy detected a hole at the close post as he remained over a free-kick around 22 yards from goal and delightfully stroked the ball into that corner, uncovering Patrício’s poor situating and viably fixing triumph. Mounié, iniquitously blasting over, could have included a third.

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