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SportArsenal Player Ratings: Sporting Lisbon (H)

00:30  09 november  2018
00:30  09 november  2018 Source:

Arsenal player ratings: Liverpool (H)

Arsenal player ratings: Liverpool (H) Arsenal held Liverpool to a 1-1 draw at The Emirates as they maintained their unbeaten run. The Gunners have now gone 15 games without defeat, winning 13, and snatched the equaliser against the Reds. Alexandre Lacazette produced a superb finish to secure a point after James Milner pounced on a Bernd Leno mistake to give Liverpool the lead. Here is how we rated Arsenal’s players… 1/12 SLIDES © Julian Finney/Getty Images Sport Arsenal player ratings: Liverpool (H) Arsenal held Liverpool to a 1-1 draw at The Emirates as they maintained their unbeaten run.

Danny Welbeck scored the only goal of the game as Arsenal made it 11 wins in a row. The England striker lashed home a second-half finish to see off Sporting

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Arsenal Player Ratings: Sporting Lisbon (H) © Richard Heathcote/Getty Images Sport Arsenal v Sporting CP - UEFA Europa League - Group E

Arsenal held Sporting Lisbon to a 0-0 draw at the Emirates to guarantee themselves a place in the next round of the Europa League.

With little action to report on, the Gunners will be hoping the injury sustained to Danny Welbeck wasn’t as serious as first anticipated, with the England international needing a stretcher and an oxygen mask to leave the field in the first half.

Jérémy Mathieu was sent off for a professional challenge late on, hacking down Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as he bore down on goal, but Arsenal couldn’t take advantage of the away side’s personnel deficit in the final minutes.

Arsenal predicted XI: Sporting (H)

Arsenal predicted XI: Sporting (H) Arsenal host Sporting Lisbon at The Emirates on Thursday as they look to extend their 15-match unbeaten run. The Gunners beat Sporting 1-0 in Lisbon two weeks ago, with forward Danny Welbeck scoring the only goal of the game. Emery’s side were held to a 1-1 draw by Liverpool in the Premier League at the weekend, with changes expected for this Europa League clash. Here is how we expect Arsenal to line up… 2/12 SLIDES © Julian Finney/Getty Images Sport Petr Cech Back from injury, Cech should get some minutes under his belt in goal.

Premier League giants Arsenal showed why they are one of the in-form teams on the European football scene after the Gunners secured an eleventh successive win in all competitions via a 1-0 victory over Sporting Lisbon . He was denied by the Sporting Lisbon goalkeeper on two occasions.

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Here is how we rated the Arsenal players during this encounter.

Arsenal chase Porto star Herrera.
Arsenal and Crystal Palace are just two of the clubs aiming to gain the signature of Porto’s Hector Herrera, according to Sport Witness. The 28-year-old, who shone for Mexico at the World Cup, appears to be running down his contract with the Portuguese giants, leading to many teams vying to capture him on a free transfer next summer. Portuguese outlet Record report that Herrera could join a host of clubs, from Roma and Inter to Arsenal and Palace. Serie A is reportedly the likely destination for the midfielder, however a Premier League deal is not off the cards, and Gunners’ rivals Tottenham are also known to be showing interest. Porto’s captain has been a useful part of the near-dominant side this season, losing just once in his 12 games in all competitions. He has also found the net in back-to-back Champions League ties against Lokomotiv Moscow. The Dragons sit atop of the Primeira Liga, two points clear of foes Sporting Lisbon after ten matches, and look certain to qualify for the CL knockout stages. Whether Herrera’s current club will renew his contract remains to be seen, but he would certainly be a welcome asset to both Arsenal and Crystal Palace. While both squads have contrasting aspirations, a free transfer for a proven Champions League player and 2012 Olympic gold medallist would be equally impressive and would no doubt add to the strength in-depth come next season. Nevertheless, a battle with domestic and continental counterparts will ensue for any team wanting to recruit the Mexican.

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