As expected, Arsenal qualified for the FA Cup against Manchester City. After boosting their performance in the second half with a 3-0 win at Oxford. With Eddie Nketiah scoring twice door.
Football FA Cup Third Round
Oxford 0 – Arsenal 3.
Stadium: Kassam Stadium
Arsenal made a number of changes at Oxford. But their attacking line-up is still in the league starting line-up with Bukayo Saka, Eddie Nketiah and Gabriel Martinelli.
Starting the game in the first 20 minutes, Arsenal were slightly superior to the ball. But can’t find a chance to score a goal at all
The cannons found a chance to finish in the 35th minute. Gabriel Martinelli passed the ball to Albert Sambi Lokonga, caught and shot more focused in the penalty area. But the ball stuck in Elliott Moore’s hands. Local players bounced after Arsenal attempted to protest handball. But the referee told to play on UFABET
Arsenal were thrilled again in the 43rd minute from Kieran Tierney’s throw-in, where the home defense’s header cleared uninterruptedly. but threw the ball high over the crossbar after
In the second half, in the 55th minute.
Arsenal found another opportunity to finish when Fabio Vieira nailed the line for Bukayo Saka to fall into the penalty area on the right side before rocking to the right to shoot but caught Edward McGinn. Oxford goalkeeper Tee leaves behind.
The first score occurred until the 62nd minute, when it was Arsenal who took the lead 1-0 from a free kick on the left side. Fabio Vieira opened the curve into the penalty area, Mohamed Elneni hit Full head, 6 yards, decisively entered
7 minutes later, the artillery took a 2-0 lead, Fabio Viera passed the ball to cut the Oxford defensive line, allowing Nketiah to run to the ball quickly to escape Edward McGinty first. open fire in
In the last 15 minutes, Arsenal sent Emil Smith Rowe, who had been out injured for four months, on the field for his best friend Bukayo Saka.
Arsenal took the lead 3-0 in the 76th minute, Martinelli took the ball to the front of the penalty area before flowing for Nketiah to slip and pry the ball into McKinty. Nketiah’s second goal of the game.
The rest of the time, there were no more goals. At the end of the game, Arsenal beat Oxford 3-0 and advanced as expected. and will visit Manchester City in the next round