Arsenal vs Bournemouth 3-0 Highlights Video

Arsenal vs Bournemouth 3-0 Highlights Video

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Arsenal vs Bournemouth‘s match started with full attacking forces.

Billing was brought on for Scott just after the goal, by the way.

After a long VAR check, it’s disallowed. Very harsh on Bournemouth – Solanke didn’t look like he’d fouled Raya, and Saliba’s contact on Billing was far more of a foul.

Kai Havertz smashes the bar, but the flag is up.

It would have been a lovely goal, but thankfully for Havertz, the offside is given to spare his blushes.

Now Arsenal are making a change, goalscorer Leandro Trossard is coming off, Gabriel Martinelli is on.

Bournemouth ave the ball in the net but its’ been disallowed. The ball goes high and as Raya comes to collect, Solanke slightly pushes him and the Spaniard fumbles the clearance. It bounces back out to Christie, whose shot hits the bar, and then bounces back out to Semenyo, who fires into the back of the net.

In between, it looked like Philip Billing was brought down in the scramble.

Bournemouth’s confidence is increasing by the minute, and Arsenal’s is dwindling.

Antoine Semenyo is starting to have some joy on the left-hand side, he is driving at Ben White frequently now.

You just feel something has to give.

White goes long to Saka down the touchline, and he plays it to Havertz. The German slips it to Odegaard, who tries to thread the pass through but it bounces off the defender and falls to the onrushing Rice.

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The England midfielder tries to hit it first time but it bounces off him, and as he turns he lays the ball off to Trossard, who sweeps it into the far corner past Travers.

Declan Rice fires a brilliant pass across the six-yard box, but no one is there to tap it home.

It was such a good ball, it deserved a goal. I can’t believe there wasn’t anybody lurking.

Martin Odegaard has just sensed the nerves from the Emirates after that chance, he tries to galvanise them.

Arsenal have their first man in the book, Thomas Partey, who gets a yellow card for a challenge on Dango Ouattara.

Justin Kuivert, who has been in fine form recently, then shoots wide. It was hit with some venom.

Oh, and then Kai Havertz gets a yellow card. I can’t lie, I missed that one.

Kluivert briefly looks like he’s in behind the Arsenal defence, but they regroup and block his shot from outside the box.

Arsenal counter, and Rice gets away down the right before sliding an inviting cross across the mouth of the goal, but there’s nobody there to meet it.

After Dominic Solanke’s chance, Arsenal fly forward on the counter-attack, which ends with Bukayo Saka set to turn home a second.

The ball is crossed low to him, he’s in space in the box, and he sets himself, but out of nowhere, Lewis Cook slides in to deny him.

It’s a sensational tackle, that looked like a certain goal.





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