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SportArsenal player ratings: Watford (A)

11:50  16 april  2019
11:50  16 april  2019 Source:   readsport.co

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Arsenal just about scraped past 10-man Watford 1-0 at Vicarage Road to go back to fourth position in the Premier League table.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored the only goal of the game, which was surprisingly thrilling until the last second even though the home side played more than 75 minutes with 10 men.

The game began with the Hornets putting the Gunners’ defence under pressure. Right there we thought the tone of the game had been set.

However, in the 10th minute, just as when Ben Foster was trying to clear his line following a Daryl Janmaat back pass, Aubameyang came from the blind side and charged his clearance. The ricochet ended up in the back of the net to hand the away side a lead.

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Arsenal hosted Watford on Saturday afternoon as they returned to Premier League action. Here are the player ratings from the 2-0 victory. Watford arrived at the Emirates on Saturday afternoon with no intention of sitting deep and soaking up the pressure. They pressed, they harried, they hounded.

Seconds later, Troy Deeney elbowed Lucas Torreira off the ball and referee felt it was enough to send the Watford captain for an early shower.

The home side did fight their way back and created few good chances, but Bernd Leno was having a good day in goal. Ainsley Maitland-Niles made a goal-saving block late on the preserve the Gunners’ lead.

On the other hand, Unai Emery’s men were wasteful when space was provided to them on the counter.

All in all, Arsenal managed to get the three points that would give them some confidence going into that tough away game at Napoli.

Here’s how we rated their performance:

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Arsenal’s top-four hopes has been significantly dented as they were humbled 3-1 by Wolves at the Molineux. Ruben Neves, Matt Doherty and Diogo Jota were the scorers for the home side, while Sokratis pulled one back for the visitors late on. Around the 28th minute, Wolves won a free-kick 25 yards out. Neves stepped up and stroked his effort with pace and precision to give his team the lead. Nine minutes later, the home side worked a small corner routine and Jonny found Doherty free in the box. The latter just had to put his head to the ball to double the lead for his team.

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