Premier League Football News – Arsenal Won 5-0 Away at Norwich

Premier League Football News – Arsenal Won 5-0 Away at Norwich

Bukayo Saka netted a brace as Arsenal continued toward a Champions League qualification, aspiring for top-four with a comfortable victory. In Premier League football news, Arsenal won 5-0 away at Norwich City on Sunday.

Saka opened the scoring early on before defender Kieran Tierney doubled Arsenal’s lead, all this just before half-time.

Then, Saka added a third goal just after the hour-mark and striker Alexandre Lacazette’s penalty put the match to rest. He scored in the final 10 minutes, and that was before Emile Smith Rowe scored Arsenal’s fifth goal at full-time.

Arsenal are now at 35 points after 19 games, closer to qualifying for the Champions League for the first time since 2017.

Sunday’s result moves also means manager Mikel Arteta‘s side earned their four-consecutive league win after losing to Everton (football updates).

Premier League Football News – Arsenal Won 5-0 Away at Norwich

Saka gave his side an early lead with a well-worked team goal. The 20-year-old collected the ball on the right-hand side following a nice move from the visitors. He then cut inside and fired past Norwich goalkeeper Angus Gunn.

Just before half-time, tensions threatened to boil over when two separate clashes transpired between the two sides. The first came after Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka received a booking for a tackle on opposing striker Josh Sargent. The second clash came in the next phase of play after Arsenal defender Ben White tackled Norwich’s Brandon Williams.

Arsenal doubled their lead at the stroke of half-time when midfielder Martin Odegaard found Tierney with a through ball. And it was then Tierney who slotted home.

Arteta’s side continued to dominate the ball possession in the second half, and Saka took advantage of this once again. He added a third goal on 67 minutes with a powerful strike from the edge of the 18-yard-box.

Lacazette won a penalty on 83 minutes when Norwich defender Ozan Kabak brought him down, which he powerfully tucked away. Finally, Smith Rowe capped a successful Sunday for Arsenal as he came off the bench and netted from close range.


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