A goal either side of half-time from Olivier Giroud and substitute Tomas Rosicky sealed an easy win for Arsenal against a lacklustre Everton, reports BBC Sport.
Arsenal were dominant from the start, but initially found it difficult to break through the resilient Everton defence. Roberto Martinez’s side ensured the central areas of the pitch were compact to keep the Londoners quiet, and it nearly worked in the first-half. But minut...More
Arsenal will be desperate to bounce back from their midweek Champions League anguish by seeing off Everton and regaining third place in the top-flight.
It is key that the Gunners do recover, having come under heavy criticism for their dismal effort against an under-strength Monaco on Wednesday. Olivier Giroud had a poor night in front of goal, but it was a display that lacked fluency and discipline, with the French side given too ...More
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has come to the defence of Olivier Giroud after the striker was criticised in the aftermath of the Gunners’ Champions League defeat against Monaco, ESPN has reported.
Monaco left the Emirates Stadium with a 3-1 away win, the goals coming from Geoffrey Kondogbia, former Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United and Fulham striker Dimitar Berbatov, and Yannick Ferreira-Carrasco.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain got ...More
Arsenal have confirmed midfielder Jack Wilshere has undergone ankle surgery, with manager Arsene Wenger insisting the procedure was only minor, BBC Sport has reported.
Wilshere has been on the sidelines since picking up the problem in the Gunners’ 2-1 defeat against Manchester United in November. Wilshere had to be substituted after 55 minutes of the match at the Emirates Stadium, replaced by Santi Cazorla in a fixture won by a Ki...More
Per Mertesacker has admitted Arsenal’s defeat at home to Monaco in the first leg of their Champions League tie has left the club needing a miracle and a wonderful night in the principality, the Daily Mail has reported.
Geoffrey Kondogbia and Dimitar Berbatov put Monaco into a two-goal lead before Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain pulled one back, but Yannick Ferreira Carrasco re-established the deficit with a late counter-attack, leaving Ar...More
After watching his side lose 3-1 at home to AS Monaco in the first leg of the Champions League second round, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was critical of his side’s mental capabilities, and said the defending was suicidal, reports BBC Sport.
Arsenal fell behind in the first-half, and then saw the task made even harder when Monaco doubled their lead after the break. They even saw a consolation goal cancelled out at the death, mean...More
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