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Arsenal 2-0 Manchester City Post Match Analysis || Arteta outfoxes mentor Guardiola



Arsenal 2 Man City 0: Arteta outfoxes mentor Guardiola as Aubameyang double takes impressive Gunners to FA Cup final
WHAT an ungrateful man Mikel Arteta is.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola did everything right in the build-up to their reunion.
He spoke warmly of his former assistant and even made an appeal to the Arsenal board for the money to fund Arteta’s vision.

And then what happens?
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The apprentice turns the sorcerer’s wisdom against him and, thanks to two goals on the break by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, sends City home from Wembley defeated for the first time in 10 visits.

On the last occasion that Guardiola failed to triumph at the national stadium, Arteta was beside him in the City dugout.

The opponents in that FA Cup semi final in April 2017 were Arsenal, who went on to lift what turned out to be the last trophy of Arsene Wenger’s reign.

But Arteta’s Arsenal, as they had shown in their midweek victory against champions Liverpool, have learned how to withstand pressure. And to ride their luck, not least when VAR failed to award City a penalty with the score at 1-0.

More significantly, in Aubameyang they have a goalscorer capable of punishing City when the gears in the beautiful juggernaut are crunching.

The Arsenal skipper took only one of his three first-half chances, but it mattered not when he raced clear 20 minutes from the end to make it 2-0.

Oh ye of little faith. Before the game, some Arsenal fans seemed to believe the best-case scenario was defeat with dignity.

As opposed to the 3-0 defeat they had suffered to City in their first game of Project Restart, courtesy of David Luiz’s spectacular 25-minute cameo.

Their fears looked justified for a while. Arsenal’s back three became a back five as they were pinned in their own half and needed some last-gasp clearances to keep City at bay.

Inside 10 minutes Shkodran Mustafi, Dani Ceballos and goalkeeper Emi Martinez were shouting at each other after Mustafi had been robbed in his own penalty area by Raheem Sterling.

It was a surprise when the Gunners created the first big chance of the game.

Luiz demonstrated the passing and vision which had led a string of managers to forgive his defensive lapses, but Aubameyang, clean through, hit his shot straight at Ederson, who had come out quickly.

Now Arteta is one win away from kickstarting a new era for the Gunners with some silverware.

When he was by Guardiola’s side, the pair spent hours devising ways to break down teams who set out to frustrate City’s expensively-assembled array of attacking talent.

Most of the time, they were successful.

Even when City were under-par, as they certainly were yesterday evening, they usually found a way to win. And if they didn’t, the opposition did not have the ability to inflict defeat.
Player Ratings
Arsenal: Martinez (7), Mustafi (8), Luiz (9), Tierney (9), Bellerin (7), Ceballos (8), Xhaka (8), Maitland-Niles (8), Pepe (8), Lacazette (7), Aubameyang (9)

Subs: Torreira (N/A), Willock (N/A)

Man City: Ederson (6), Walker (5), Garcia (6), Laporte (6), Mendy (5), Gundogan (6), D Silva (6), De Bruyne (7), Mahrez (5), Jesus (5), Sterling (5)

Subs: Rodri (6), Foden (6)

Man of the match: David Luiz
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  • I love David Luiz says Arsenal deserves to shine again! Thank you David!!

    iam NoOne July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • he is the best player bt most ignorant one,,,,,,,,,

    MAXWELL MASH July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • Kieran Tierney has made all the difference to arsenal

    thomas haley July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • Look seriously… arsenals home will always be highbury and now the Emirates but Wembley is our second home and we are unbeaten at home this year (2020) so what makes Wembley different…

    Kassam Sultan July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • When will Pep learn that that in the long run, a team's ability to win is only as good as its defense is to fend off the opposition?!?! Having an amazing offense and a terrible defense can win you games against some teams some times not (Southhampton), but when you player higher quality teams and your offense is not running on all cylinders, you're bound to lose. Case and point with the FA Cup. He better come up with something otherwise RM is going to shred them in their own house…

    C Berkley July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • Beat pool and city in 1 week and then go beat either chelski or the scum in the final….. id take that considering we started season with emery!!!! #aubamebloodcartyang

    7 Gunner July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • Guys this win shouldn’t be a surprising thing bcoz I think it’s time for Arsenal and Man Utd to come on board & dominate the world of football once again because Man City and Liverpool has been dominating since couple of years now. #GGMU# tonight 💪🏻

    enuabanosa Davido July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • Kroeonke after seeing klopp and pep defeated

    Investment?? InVeStMeNt?!?!?

    J V July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • Defeating klop n pep in a wk is no joke…

    mtonyi zachary July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • I'm a Manchester United fan but happy to know that David Luiz doesn't even listen to the critics who talk dirt about him when Arsenals performance i wack. His head is down and he's working.

    Daniel Barasa July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • Biggest problem for Arsenal the board the owner if they can sort that out within three years they could start challenging.
    Because it doesn’t matter who you buy if they owner doesn’t care then what.
    They either need a new owner or Stan needs to get a grip.
    We know what Arsenal need in the transfer window but the owner has been tight with the money and they haven’t brought the right personal.
    They need Europe next season they really do, same with Tottenham

    Anderton Chigoneka July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • city just unlucky not to score 4 goals or more.. arsenal is just survived… so arsenal still can play in europa league…😂

    Hendrawan Aryandra July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • David Luiz speaks better English than Harry Kane.

    Idle1 1 July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • Robin Van Zordon

    Choe M. July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • Intro song?

    Enzo Mungendje July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • 😁

    Henry Caroli July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • Well done Arsenal! Splendid team performance and this team is finding ways to improve.

    christopher brown July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • Can mancity win CL defending n playing like that. PL is full of surprises

    Kama Kazi July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • Now arsenal have beaten city, they can go on to win champions league, and we ll say we beat both domestic and European champions within 4 days.

    shiv malik July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • The FA cup will be called the Gunners Cup after we smash the winner of Man U and Chelsea.

    Ori Dona July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • You can see why players look to David Luiz for leadership. He may make mistakes but that man has seen it all and he could coach in my team any day once he retires

    Conner Veit July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • Big W today, we’re waiting for United/Chelsea now 💪💪 we need this cup specially after this horrible season #COYG

    Shot Creator July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • Only Arsenal can beat the two best teams in England in a week😳😳😳

    GOALSbible July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • I actually cannot believed what I've just witnessed. COYG.

    Star4Football July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • I’m convinced David Luiz and Virgil Van Dijk switched bodies😂😂😂

    Football Goals July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply
  • Arteta outfoxes mentor Guardiola and Pierre-Emerick Aubemeyang sends Arsenal to FA Cup final🔥🔥

    Soccer Gossips July 22, 2020 10:09 pm Reply

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