(Arsenal – West Ham 2-1) While an unfortunate Victor Lindelöf made a penalty with his arm against Crystal Palace, Arsenal’s Gabriel Magalhaes escaped with the same body part later in the evening. That makes TV 2’s football expert react.
– There are hands and penalty kicks. I can not understand that it should not be hands, at least considering
. We are left as question marks, because we do not know what is hands and what is not hands, and I honestly do not think the referees know that either, TV 2’s football expert Simen Stamsø Møller interrupted during the break between Arsenal and West Ham.
33 minutes into the match, the ball clearly hit the arm of Arsenal stopper Gabriel inside the 16-meter, but referee Michael Oliver – and VAR – let it pass in silence.
However, it is not quiet in social media,.
Earlier in the evening, it was a resigned Swede who had to watch VAR help Martin Atkinson point to the penalty mark after this situation:
But before the penalty situation for Gabriel, Arsenal had already managed to take the lead at the Emirates.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was played through by Bukayo Saka after half-time in the first half, and hit the ball precisely on the head of striker Alexandre Lacazette. The Frenchman got the smile from his friend with a steady heading via the crossbar and in.
It was a period this summer rumors that both Alexandre Lacazette and. So now last year’s Arsenal top scorer (22 goals)
– I thought about it for a long, long time, but when it all came down to it, I was never in doubt. Mikel (Arteta) makes me thrive so well here. He makes me feel happy. And when I’m happy, I play well, Aubameyang writes about his new 3-year contract.
But West Ham also have players who can score goals.
Just before the break, the guests came on a rare visit. Inside the box, Michail Antonio fought in front of Rob Holding, stuffing the post from Ryan Fredericks into the cage. David Moyes’ team also had a huge opportunity to take the lead a few minutes after the break, but this time Antonio did not get his legs shuffled.
However, it was Arsenal who got the biggest reason to cheer in the end. Again, it was Saka who was responsible for Dani Ceballos’ “hockey assistant”, and the Spaniard rolled on to Eddie Nketiah who could easily wide the winning goal four minutes before the end.