Liverpool (3-2): Lessons to be learned from this shock of the 10th day of PL

Liverpool (3-2): Lessons to be learned from this shock of the 10th day of PL

The Emirates Stadium was in for the shock of this tenth day of the Premier League, as Arsenal host Liverpool on Sunday afternoon. In a very active match, Arsenal won 3-2 in this match. Gabriel Martinelli and Bukayo Saka, twice, gunners To regain the lead in this championship as Liverpool continues to sink.

Gabriel Martinelli

Gabriel Martinelli has scored Arsenal’s fastest goal of the season. / Justin Setterfield/GettyImages

From the beginning of the meeting, gunners they pushed themselves forward. And it paid off nicely.

Served by Bukayo Saka, Martin Ødegaard gives a great pass to Gabriel Martinelli behind Trent Alexander-Arnold. The Brazilian then defeated Alisson by the first shot after just 58 seconds of play.

Gabriel Martinelli

The flamboyant Martinelli. / Richard Heathcote/GettyImages

Beyond his purpose, Gabriel Martinelli has created enormous problems for the defense. Liverpool on the left side.

His acceleration and dribbling greatly annoyed Trent Alexander-Arnold, who took his place at halftime. Bukayo Saka’s long breakthrough (45′ + 1′) on the left wing speaks for itself.

Trent Alexander-Arnold, Alisson Becker

Alisson comes to check on Trent Alexander-Arnold ashore. / Justin Setterfield/GettyImages

Against Napoli (4-1, 07/09) or Brighton (3-3, 01/10) in the Champions League Premier Leaguerear guard reds He was in trouble again this afternoon.

Between the two fullbacks, Alexander-Arnold and Tsimíkas were constantly stuck behind them, and the defense lined up by an untrustworthy central Van Dijk-Matip hinge, Jürgen Klopp, was struggling today. Returning at halftime after Alexander-Arnold’s injury, Joe Gomez also had a hard time keeping Martinelli under control.

Darwin Nunez

Darwin Nuñez is determined at Liverpool. / Shaun Botterrill/GettyImages

Darwin Nuñez, who was at the forefront of Jürgen Klopp’s 4-2-3-1 offense, had to be reinvigorated after the first tumultuous weeks at Liverpool. The Uruguayan has not scored against Fulham (2-2) on 6 August since the first day of the Premier League.

Against Arteta’s men, the 23-year-old scored the equalizing goal (34′). After a mistake by Gabriel, Luis Diaz picks up the ball from the right before passing the pass to the former Benfica player who defeated Aaron Ramsdale. Third goal with Liverpool in an official match for Nuñez, who was less prominent in the second half.

Bukayo Saka, Alisson Becker

Bukayo Saka defeated Alisson twice at Arsenal-Liverpool. / Justin Setterfield/GettyImages

Thanks to this eighth success in the league, Arsenal It maintains its lead in the Premier League with 24 points. this gunners One point more than Manchester City.

As for Liverpool, it’s their second defeat in the Premier League after losing to Manchester United (2-1, 08/22) at Old Trafford. Decimal with only ten points, reds will have to react fast after this new low performance. It is not yet clear whether this will happen next Sunday at 5:30 PM at Anfield against Man City. Liverpool had their worst score in the highest flight at this stage of the competition since the 2012/2013 season (nine points).

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