Arsenal and Liverpool played the decisive event for the three points that gave a conclusion about the title race.
The Reds attacked first with Jota, but Arsenal responded with Bukayo Saka. Martinelli had a glorious chance in the 11th with speed and burst to attack and cross for Saka, but he was unable to score.
Cody Gakpo responded two minutes later, but his shot went well wide.
Mikel Arteta is a coach of great tactics and Arsenal is a team that wants to dictate the beautiful game. Martinelli was 1v1 with Allison and had the perfect chance to score. His shot was saved and Saka was there to punish, profit from the save, and score in an opened target.
The fights in the midfield and the temptation to find the right balance made the two teams play in the midfield and position carefully in the last part of the pitch.
Liverpool managed to score and found the equalizer with an own goal from Gabriel. The game was well-balanced and in a new scenario.
Odegaard had the chance to send the match in his team’s favor in the 53rd. His shot ended wide. Gabriel had the chance to correct his mistake with a header, but his shot ended wide.
Saka had the chance to send Arsenal ahead but his shot was weak in the 61st.
Liverpool are pissed off because Van Dijk and Allison miss the communication and concede an easy goal by Martinelli in the 67th.
This is not their day and they showed that in the most uncommon way.
MacAllister had the chance to score in the 77th but his shot went wide. Second yellow for Ibrahima and he had to leave the pitch in the 88th.
Trossard sealed the game with his third and closed the game with the third for the three points.
Alexander Arnold-Andrew Robertson
Martinelli- Leandro Trossard
Saka- Reiss Nelson