Sunday, 4 October 2015

As it happened: Jubilation in Lagos as Arsenal demolish Man United 3-0


Arsenal is now second on EPL table after demolishing old rival, Manchester United at the Emirate this Sunday. A good day anyway for teeming fans of the gunners as they jubilate worldwide.

Streets of Lagos, Nigeria were thrown into big party for Arsenal 3-0 win over Man United.
The victory was Arsenal's biggest against United for 17 years and lifted them to 16 points, two behind new leaders Manchester City, and just ahead of United on goal difference.
Arsenal scored twice in the opening seven minutes and ended the match as a contest with a third in the 19th as they crushed Manchester United 3-0 to move above them into second place in the Premier League at the Emirates on Sunday.
No doubt, it was an entertaining game as the gunners outclassed Manchester United in all departments brilliant passing football, taking the lead when Alexis Sanchez scored with a clever near-post flick after six minutes.
They doubled their lead a minute later when Mesut Ozil rifled in from 12 metres and completed the rout when Sanchez blasted in an unstoppable shot for his sixth goal in his last three games after 19 minutes.
United, who were top of the table at the start of the weekend, rarely got going against the home side who were always in control and never looked like slipping up with Petr Cech only seriously troubled once.
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