Mikel Arteta

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New signing Leandro Trossard scored his first goal for Premier League leaders Arsenal but they were left frustrated as Ivan Toney secured a deserved 1-1 draw for Brentford on Saturday.

Mikel Arteta

The Belgian forward replaced Gabriel Martinelli just past the hour mark with his side struggling and made an almost instant impact to convert a low cross by Bukayo Saka.

Mikel Arteta


An eight-point lead in the table beckoned for Mikel Arteta’s side but they never looked comfortable against an enterprising Brentford who should have been ahead by half-time.

Mikel Arteta

Toney, guilty of missing a sitter in the first half, pounced in the 72nd minute to nod in Christian Norgaard’s cross.

Despite dropping points for the second week in a row Arsenal lead the table by six points from champions Manchester City with both clubs having played the same amount of games.

Arsenal have 51 points from 21 games with City, who play Aston Villa on Sunday, on 45.

Tottenham Hotspur’s hopes of securing a top-four finish suffered another blow as they were thrashed 4-1 by Leicester City.

Looking to build on their victory over champions Manchester City last weekend, and chasing a fourth successive win in all competitions, Spurs raced into an early lead at the King Power Stadium through Rodrigo Bentancur’s close-range finish.

The hosts quickly turned the match on its head, however, with Nampalys Mendy hammering an equaliser home in the 23rd minute before James Maddison’s second goal in as many games completed the turnaround two minutes later.

Nigerian Kelech iIheanacho added a third in first-half stoppage time to extend Leicester’s lead, with the timing of that strike seemingly killing off Spurs’ hopes of getting anything from the contest.

Potter’s plight

Former Chelsea player Emerson Palmieri scored against his former club to earn WestHam a point and increase the pressure on Blues boss Graham Potter.

Chelsea fielded a new look £200m forward line but, despite taking the lead, were once again frustrated and have won just once in seven Premier League matches.

Joao Felix had already had a goal ruled out for offside when the Portugal forward fired visitors Chelsea ahead with a volleyed finish following a delicious assist by Enzo Fernandez.

Written with inputs from Reuters

Other results

⚫ West Ham 1 Chelsea 1

⚫ Palace 1 Brighton 1

⚫ Fulham 2 Forest 0

⚫ Leicester 4 Spurs 1

⚫ Southampton 1 Wolves 2



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