Arsenal star shoots sharp demand after Arsenal win vs Newcastle United

Arsenal star shoots sharp demand after Arsenal win vs Newcastle United


The Gunners’ victory of 2-0 over Newcastle United on Sunday insured that Mikel Arteta’s squad will continue to compete for the Premier League championship.

In the eighth minute of the game at St. James’ Park, the referee overruled a penalty that had been awarded to Newcastle, and Eddie Howe’s team also had two shots that struck the post during the action-packed contest.

Martin Odegaard scored the opening goal for Arsenal in the first half, and then Fabian Schar scored an own goal to ensure that all three points would go to the team coached by Mikel Arteta.

Odegaard scored the opening goal with a long-range shot, and then Schar scored an own goal in the second half by redirecting a cross into his own net. As a result, Arsenal is now just one point behind Manchester City in the Premier League table, and they are headed back to London.

However, the team managed by Pep Guardiola must contend with the additional distractions of a Champions League semi-final that will be played over two legs and an FA Cup final that will be played against Manchester United.

Arsenal’s primary objective at this point in the season is to conclude the 2022/23 campaign in the best possible fashion, given they only have three games left. Gabriel Martinelli, a striker for the Gunners, has asked the supporters of his team not to lose hope while the championship race continues.

Even though Guardiola’s team still has to face Chelsea and Brighton & Hove Albion, City now hold the lead over Arteta’s squad because City have a game in hand over Arteta’s squad. “Keep believing, Gooners,” Martinelli said on the social networking platform Instagram.

Martinelli’s perspective is quite similar to that of his manager, Arteta, who wants his team to keep pushing themselves to the limit in order to achieve their goal of winning the Premier League for the first time since 2004. “We are there, now we want to keep digging and the prize is there, not too far,” Arteta added. “We are almost there.”

“The only thing we can do is keep insisting, don’t turn our backs, and don’t lose the focus on something else, and be determined every single day.”Let’s keep going and see what happens.”

On Sunday, Arsenal will get back into the swing of things when they take on Brighton.

Arsenal star shoots sharp demand after Arsenal win vs Newcastle United