Arsenal travel to the Stadium of Light to face Sunderland on Saturday afternoon in a fixture which has seen its fair share of memorable moments during the Premier League era.
There was a palpable sense of excitement when the two sides met in September 2013, as it marked the debut of Arsenal’s record signing Mesut Ozil. It did not take long for him to make an impact, as he supplied Olivier Giroud to open the scoring aft...More
Sunderland manager Gustavo Poyet has admitted that his side owe the club’s supporters a strong and committed performance when they take on Arsenal on Saturday, Goal.com has reported.
The Black Cats were beaten 8-0 at Southampton in their last game on a day which Poyet described as the most embarrassing of his career in football.
The performance on the South coast has been roundly criticised with some players accused of giving up in...More
Both Sunderland and Arsenal will believe there is plenty of room for improvement when they meet in the Premier League on Saturday.
An outrageous own goal from Santiago Vergini set the tone for what turned out to be a nightmare afternoon for Sunderland last time out on the South coast. Some members of the team appeared to give up as Southampton racked up the goals with ease, leading manager Gustavo Poyet to describe the game as his m...More
Sunderland manager Gustavo Poyet described Saturday as his most embarrassing day in football after his side were hammered 8-0 away to Southampton, the Daily Telegraph has reported.
The Black Cats came into the game with just one defeat in the Premier League this season, but were rarely in the game as the hosts ran riot. Defender Santiago Vergini scored a comical own goal to break the deadlock, before Graziano Pelle tucked in a Steven...More
After their setback at Tottenham, Ronald Koeman’s Southampton will be keen to return to winning ways when they host a rejuvenated Sunderland.
While it was disappointing to be overcome by former boss Mauricio Pochettino and his Spurs side, Southampton will still be immensely pleased with the way they have played so far this season.
Dusan Tadic has looked a revelation in his attacking midfield thanks to the freedom being provided by t...More
Sunderland and Republic of Ireland captain John O’Shea has capped a memorable week by signing a new contract with the Wearside club, BBC Sport has confirmed.
O’Shea became the hero of his nation on Tuesday as he poked home a dramatic 93rd-minute equaliser to win an unlikely point for Martin O’Neill’s Irish side against world champions Germany. The game also marked his 100th cap for the Boys in Green.
And the 33-year-old’s week jus...More
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