Aston Villa vs Arsenal(1-0): The Aston Villa out of the relegation after winning Tuesday at Arsenal Mikel Arteta by the minimum (1-0) thanks to both the Egyptian Trezeguet who emerged as the great savior of the villains. Villa took advantage of Watford’s loss to Manchester City that endorsed a painful 0-4 at home.
However, Aston Villa will have to make a last effort to certify its permanence since there is still one last day. A momentous match against West Ham by David Moyes. The null options that Arsenal had to go to Europe ‘via Premier‘. The defeat against Aston Villa (1-0) ‘forces’ the ‘Gunners’ to beat Chelsea in the FA Cup final; if they don’t want to be out of Europe for the first time since 1995-96. Five points separate Tottenham, seventh, from Arsenal; tenth with only one day left to play. The Villa, on the other hand, breathes.
Aston Villa vs Arsenal: Match Overview
The goal of the Egyptian Trezeguet in the 27 ‘may be worth its weight in gold in the fight for permanence. At the moment, he saves the pupils of Mike Dean, equal to points with Watford; but with better overall ‘goal average’ the main tiebreaker criterion in the Premier. The last day is presumed exciting. With Norwich already relegated, Aston Villa (34 points and -26 goals), Watford (34 and -27) and Bournemouth (31 and -27) will play the remaining two places. Arsenal, with Ceballos as the starter, monopolized the ball but tried not to disturb the goal defended by Pepe Reina. In fact, he went to rest without taking a single shot on goal. Villa, on the other hand, had one and took advantage of it.
Hourihane took a corner from the left and Trezeguet connected an unstoppable howitzer for Emiliano Martinez. It could be the worst. Another ‘drone missile’ from Grealish on the brink of rest came out grazing the ‘gunner’ squad. The second half followed the same courses. Arteta’s Arsenal probably accused the tiredness of the cup semifinal won against Manchester City (0-2) and only created a dangerous opportunity: Nketiah finished off the post in the 77th minute a corner kicked by Pepe and Reina caught the ball on the line. The ‘villains’, with the most open game, pardoned twice after two plays started by Grealish: Davis sent off a heads-up in the 75th minute and Emiliano Martinez cleared a powerful shot by McGinn in the 78th minute.