English Premier League results, Arsenal Won the Blessing Danny Welbeck
Arsenal win 3-0 AFC Bournemouth in the Premier League first party party at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday (09/09/2017). Danny Welbeck became the protagonist of the Gunners team beralanas with two goals and one assist.
In this match, Arsenal dominated with a control of the ball 58.5 percent and five shots on target from 15 businesses. As for the visitors only spread two kick off of seven experiments.
In the sixth minute, Welbeck converted his team’s first chance into a goal. He gore ball cross from Sead Kolasinac without being able to be driven by goalkeeper Asmir Begovic.
Thanks to Welbeck, Arsene Wenger’s men doubled the lead in the 27th minute. The bouncing ball of the owner of the costume number 23 was struck by Lacazette with an out-of-box shot into the top corner of Bornemouth’s goal.
Until the final whistle of the first half reads, two goals advantage The Gunners continue to survive.
Welbeck’s rays became lighter in the second half. Five minutes after the start, he doubled the lead with Aaron Ramsey’s bounce.
After scoring the second goal, Welbeck pulled out in the 76th minute. Alexis Sanchez went in to fill the void.
However, Sanchez who in fact top scorer Arsenal in the 2016-2017 season, failed to add to the Gunners goal. Score 3-0 to Arsenal’s victory was plastered when the long whistle sounded the referee.
These results led Arsenal up to ninth with a collection of six points from four matches. They are still four points adrift with Manchester City as the leader of the temporary table.
Arsenal 3-0 Bournemouth (Danny Welbeck 6 ‘, 50’; Alexandre Lacazette 27 ‘)
Arsenal: 33-Petr Cech; 6-Laurent Koscielny, 18-Nacho Monreal, 20-Shkodran Mustafi; 24-Hector Bellerin, 29-Aaron Ramsey (34-Francis Coquelin 67 ‘), 31-Sead Kolasinac; 11-Mesut Oezil, 23-Danny Welbeck (7-Alexis Sanchez 75 ‘); 9-Alexandre Lacazette (12-Olivier Giroud 75 ‘).
Coach: Arsene Wenger
Bournemouth: 27-Asmir Begovic; 11-Charlie Daniels, 26-Tyrone Mings (2-Simon Francis 45 ‘), 5-Nathan Ake, 3-Steve Cook, 15-Adam Smith; 24-Ryan Fraser (33-Jordon Ibe 38 ‘), 8-Harry Arter, 4-Dan Gosling, 17-Joshua King; 18-Jermain Defoe (31-Lys Mousset 71 ‘).
Coach: Eddie Howe
Referee: Anthony Taylor