Manchester United went ahead with a great goal by Scott McTamine at the beginning of random football. Arsenal returned to parity with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s goal in the second half. For the rest of the time, the ‘high-voltage’ match remained unmatched in the net.
The match on Monday night at Old Trafford was drawn 1-1.
From the beginning of the match, the attack is a counter-attack. However, the end of every offence in dirty football was a bold sight. United got the first significant change in the 28th minute. Goalkeeper Bernard Leno stopped a fierce shot taken by Andreas Pereira by cutting the ball off the middle and diving into the D-box.
The first five minutes of the break spread a lot of tension. On the counter-attack, Marcus Rashford drove in the D-box alone and was late to take the shot. Two minutes later Arsenal’s two attempts were blocked by goalkeeper David de Gea.
United scored the goal in the 7th minute. McCain found the net on a bullet speed shot from the byline when Rashford’s cutback got the gap out of the D-box. Leno did not make any attempt to stop the crossbar.
Arsenal’s equaliser goal in the 8th minute was eventful. However, with VR playing the flute of the referee, the guests burst into joy.
Five minutes later, Paul Pogbar’s powerful shot from outside the D-box was fired. Ula Gunn’s slasher team got a free-kick in a dangerous place at the added time. But Rashford’s shot put Arsenal back with a valuable 5 points when Leno jumped.
With three wins and seven points in seven games, Arsenal are in fourth place with 42 points.
Manchester United tied for 10th place with 5 points. In the top 5 in the top league, which is the worst start of the United States. After seven games, they failed to take the points to two points in the first half. The Red Devils were in 13th place after the seventh round of service.
Liverpool are at the top of the table with 20 points in all seven matches. Manchester City are number two on the list with less than 5 points.
Third place was Leicester City with 1 point. West Ham United are at number five behind Arsenal with 12 points.
Tottenham Hotspur finished sixth with six points. Chelsea, Bournemouth and Crystal Palace are the next three places behind with equal points.