Three Things We Learned From Arsenal’s 2-1 Win Over Liverpool

Liverpool failed to have a grip while Chamberlain and Fabianski shined:


The away side should have scored first in the opening minutes but Daniel Sturridge inexplicably failed to score when it looked harder to miss than score. However it was stand in goal keeper Lukasz Fabianski who put in a solid performance beneath the sticks denying Liverpool time and again with his string of saves. However the player of the match for me, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was the key difference between the two sides on the night. The youngster scored the opener and then blitzed past Agger as if the Dane wasn’t there using his devastating pace to feed Podolski for Arsenal’s second of the night.

Written by Dinesh V

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