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Feb 08

Spurs 2-1 Arsenal : Gunners sit back and concede midfield battle as Wenger fails with defensive tactics

Harry Kane carried the weight of expectations that the Spurs’ fans and management had put in him and delivered yet another victory in a London derby.  Arsenal looked set for yet another victory after the early Ozil goal, but were undone by the commitment and perseverance of Spurs as the home team attacked relentlessly to secure …

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Jan 16

Manchester City vs. Arsenal preview: Wenger’s choices in defencive midfield key against magical Silva

Though Arsenal are still competitively poised at 5th place and just 1 point off Manchester United at 4th, most of the top Premier League clubs and Stoke City have long since figured out the way to beat Arsene Wenger’s team. Be it Roberto Martinez’s Everton who shifted Lukaku to the flanks and utilized the space …

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Nov 23

Arsenal 1-2 Man Utd; Wilshere the difference as Van Gaal wins the numbers game

Manchester United earned their first away win of the season at the Emirates beating Arsenal 2-1 against all odds. Antonio Valencia had his shot deflected and converted into an owngoal by Gibbs, while Rooney made it 2-0 after a quick counter from an Arsenal corner. Oliver Giroud pegged one back with a sweet strike from …

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Mar 30

Arsenal 1 – 1 Manchester City: Silva finds pockets in City’s inside-right channel but Pellegrini lacks the holder in midfield

Wenger’s side came up with a strong performance against a seemingly unstoppable Manchester City, as the home side devoid of their major stars had a chance to pull off an astonishing win in the second half. At the end of the day, Aston Villa still remains the only team to have beaten Arsenal at the …

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Mar 22

Can Wenger’s 1000th game dominate an unbeaten Mourinho?; Chelsea vs Arsenal Preview

In what could be a table-turning match, Arsenal meet Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, in probably the last significant London Derby of this season. Four points separate the two teams, but Arsenal have a game in hand. A loss today will peg them back by seven points, and a risk of falling to 4th position. On …

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