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Arsenal Being Held Goalless by Liverpool's Key Match Stats

 on Tuesday, 25 August 2015  

The match Arsenal V Liverpool (the Gunners vs. the Reds) - are going to Arsenal, Emirates Stadium, Tuesday (25/8/2015. Exciting fight, attack, many buy and sell opportunities and a fast game tempo from the start. Unfortunately, up to 90 minutes of the match there was no touchdown was created from the two camps.

Liverpool are going to Arsenal, Emirates Stadium, Tuesday (25/8/2015) Despite playing confidently and promptly got two opportunities in the first five minutes. The cooperation of one or two Firmino-Philippe Coutinho cannot be resolved properly by the striker Christian Benteke which slid sideways still. After these opportunities turn Coutinho who got a golden opportunity to make a touchdown, it's a shame that Brazil players kick strikes the crossbar.

Not want to shame in front of their own public, Arsenal, immediately tried to build offensive wing. The results are directly felt when his header from Alexis Sanchez soared above Liverpool goal thin. At the minute the hosts nine supporters cheered after Aaron Ramsey scored a goal against Liverpool which kept Simon Mignolet. But unfortunately the goal umpires were annulled because the judges argued line offside position when Ramsey received the ball from Santi Cazorla.

But if you see a replay of that goal should be invalid because Ramsey onside position and aligned with the Liverpool Defender.After this incident the tempo games remain high and both teams are still selling attack.

The 24-minute turn at James Milner who tried toughness, Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech. Alas, United Kingdom national team player kicks it could still only produce and Cech denied corners. Not useless Arsenal buy Cech on the stock transfer this summer. The former Chelsea goalkeeper did two crucial rescue.

Benteke who got clean for scoring opportunities can still be intercepted by Cech, even large-body forward until geleng-geleng sontekannya head in front of goal could still be saved. After that turn a kick from Milner in the penalty box who was arrested wearing away by Cech. The first half Arsenal Vs Liverpool still the same strong 0-0.

The Second Half
The course of the second half turned direction and more controlled by the Arsenal game, both in terms of opportunities and ball posesion. Sedangkn Liverpool only occasionally melakkan the counteroffensive was driven by a trio of Coutinho, Firmino and Benteke. If the Cech in the first half so the hero of Arsenal, in the second half turn successful Mignolet thwart a number of Golden chances taken foster care Arsene Wenger.

Opportunity gold obtained by Sanchez to change the score unfortunately kicks thunderous Chile it's still touching the Liverpool crossbar. After these opportunities, Arsenal tried to find goals through long-distance kicks. However this effort can still be beat by Liverpool Defender-Defender.

Olivier Giroud also got opportunities at minute 69 dear sliced still could be saved Mignolet. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain entered the second half at Wenger do long-distance kicks late in the game, however, the directions are still unpredictable.
Until the end of the major blown referee Michael Oliver. The final score of the same strong Vs Liverpool Arsenal 0-0. With this result the Arsenal amassed four points and Liverpool seven points.

Liverpool vs Arsenal line-ups:
  • Arsenal XI (4-2-3-1): Cech; Bellerin, Chambers, Gabriel, Monreal; Coquelin, Cazorla; Ramsey, Ozil, Sanchez; Giroud.
  • Liverpool XI (4-3-3): Mignolet; Clyne, Skrtel, Lovren, Gomez; Can, Lucas, Milner; Firmino, Benteke, Coutinho.
Source : bola.bisnis.com

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