Today’s enthralling match between Arsenal and Manchester United ended with a decisive 3-1 victory for the Gunners. Arsenal put on a solid team effort overall, but there were still a few players who didn’t exactly stand out on the field. CONTINUE READING>>>>>
First of all, Kai Havertz, who is renowned for his offensive skills, gave a rather understated performance. He did make some passing and movement contributions, but lacked the final third cutting edge that his supporters have grown to expect from him. He had poor finishing and passed up several excellent chances to increase Arsenal’s lead.
Second, while playing for a successful squad, central striker Eddie Nketiah found it difficult to contribute significantly. He was unable to consistently worry Manchester United’s defense because he lacked the physicality and poise necessary. Nketiah rarely participated in build-up play and frequently found himself alone up front.
Last but not least, Ben White, the typically reliable defender, made a couple defensive mistakes that gave Manchester United some scary opportunities to score. White’s concentration problems stood out despite the fact that Arsenal’s defense remained solid for the majority of the game.
Despite these standout individual efforts, Arsenal defeated Manchester United, proving the strength of their team. However, in order to keep Arsenal’s winning streak in the Premier League alive, Havertz, Nketiah, and White will probably try to increase their contributions in upcoming games.…… Continue Your Reading