Arsenal praise Alexandre Lacazette for his replacement

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The Gunners lost to Manchester United at Old Trafford, despite having taken the lead through Emile Smith Rowe.

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Mikel Arteta’s Gunners suffered a difficult night as they lost 3-2 to Manchester United at Old Trafford.

Arsenal took a controversial lead through Emile Smith Rowe’s strike after David de Gea went down injured from a free-kick after 13 minutes – but the decision to award the goal has been praised by a top referee following the incident.

United equalised just before intermission through Bruno Fernandes, and took the lead shortly thereafter when Cristiano Ronaldo swept it into the bottom corner with an excellent first-time finish.

Martin Odegaard quickly brought the Gunners down to their level as he brought home Gabriel Martinelli’s cross.

Odegaard’s foul on Fred led to a penalty that Ronaldo won.

This is a great moment for Arteta, who is being praised by the club for his efforts at the club.

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Arteta praised

Mikael Silvestre, a former Arsenal player, has praised Mikel Arteta, Gunners boss for his dedication to following the rules. “Arsenal way”.

Silvestre believes Arteta’s efforts are in keeping with the club’s philosophy which was established by Arsene Wenger and has been impressed with how he has managed the team so far.

He believes that the squad is now secure. “good to go”Arteta has set the foundation that will allow the club to continue its success for many years.

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Lacazette replacement identified

If Alexandre Lacazette leaves the club, the Gunners will be ready to take on Everton’s Dominic Calvert Lewin.

Lacazette’s contract with Emirates will expire next summer. There is no indication that Lacazette could remain at the club.

Everton could accept a large bid for the England international to help them fund other areas of their squad during the summer transfer window.

Rafa Benitez, the boss, suggested that he may be willing to accept an offer if it was high enough.

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Arsenal backs controversial goal

Mark Clattenburg, a former Premier League referee, explained that the Gunners’ first goal at Old Trafford had to be scored.

Arsenal took the lead through Emile Smith Rowe in the 13th minute. His effort from outside the box went in the net, with United goalkeeper David de Gea on the ground injured.

Even though the VAR checks were lengthy, the goal was reached and Clattenburg has now explained why.

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