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Today: Arsenal FC vs Burnley FC live online 11 November 2023


17 Aug 2019 — ARSENAL hope to get their home campaign off to a flyer against Burnley today.The Gunners beat Newcastle 1-0 on Sunday but they will face a ...


Arsenal vs Burnley - Premier League: TV channel, team 2 days ago — Current form (all competitions). Arsenal: WLLWW; Burnley: LLLLL. How to watch Arsenal vs Burnley on TV and live stream. Country. TV channel/live ... Arsenal vs Burnley LIVE commentary: Bukayo Saka a 12 hours ago — Burnley are unbeaten in their last two away games against Arsenal (W1 D1), having lost nine consecutive visits in all competitions between 1975 ... There was a threat from wide areas, with Kieran Tierney excellent as usual. All that, before the team drained away. The unfathomable nature of VAR denied them a legitimate second half penalty appeal when substitute Eric Pieters appeared to have directed an arm towards a ball Pepe tried to lift over him on the edge of the area. There was possession but, with the exception of a pinball finale, only a little prodding around the edges. The notion of a £104, 000-a-week footballer is an alien one to Burnley. Half that sum is their general frame of reference. They’d spent match-day morning announcing a new contract for a player who’s been around for an eternity: 35-year-old Phil Bardsley. Matt Lowton, Eric Pieters, Kevin Long and Johann Berg Gudmundsson – all in their 30s - have all extended this month. When you don’t possess one of the most expensive strike forces in Europe, as Arsenal do, you employ intelligence. It seemed like Burnley had spotted that Arteta’s ball-players were at a point of maximum vulnerability while mincing around in possession on the edge of their own box. No-one was more surprised than Wood when Xhaka’s pass rebounded off him and into the net. The New Zealander’s shrug told the story. The numbers tell you that Xhaka should have been moved on by Arsenal some time ago. No Premier League player has made more errors contributing directly to a goal than his eight misdemeanours in the last five seasons. The red card he received for grabbing Ashley Westwood around the throat was fundamental to Burnley leaving the Emirates with all three points in December. Granit Xhaka's defensive howler in the first half for Arsenal contributed to the Gunners throwing away victory at Burnley Receiving a pass from goalkeeper Bernd Leno (out of picture), the midfielder attempted to clear the ball to the touchline Instead his clearance bounced off Chris Wood in the Burnley attack, with the ball trickling over the line for an equaliser Wood (left) turns away to celebrate as Arsenal players stand dejected following the defensive howler at Turf MoorWood's goal was against the run of play but was crucial in ensuring the Clarets came away from the encounter with a point Expert view by Chris Foy: No-penalty call was spot on There is no doubt the ball hits Erik Pieters’ arm and I understand why Arsenal’s Nicolas Pepe would want a penalty. But I’m happy the right decision was made by referee Andre Marriner and that it wasn’t a spot kick. It is to do with proximity and a lack of available reaction time. They are too close together. I understand why Marriner didn’t give it — it is a subjective call and it was not an obvious error. But the Arsenal malaise ran deeper. Burnley’s goal, six minutes before half-time, was still haunting them when the second half kicked off and was not out of their system until the last ten minutes approached. Bukayo Saka, so often the shining light this season, was launching into eye-watering challenges. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, the early threat, evaporated into the background. Thomas Partey, initially working box-to-box, was bullied out of possession by Matej Vydra on the edge of his own area. Arsenal became a study in beige. Arsenal would have been out of sight had Saka made more of the two chances that fell his way. He really should have scored from the shot he poked wide after Burnley had cleared a ball straight at full-back Charlie Taylor and into his path. There were grounds for Arsenal optimism in that first half. Willian’s visible frustration with himself after losing a dual with Gudmundsson telegraphed the different player he has been these past few weeks. Find live coverage of Arsenal v Burnley | News 16 hours ago — Make sure you check out our live matchday show - the essential viewing for any Gooner. The new IFAB rules dictate that no penalty should be awarded if there is no intent, though this looked like a case of old-fashioned handling. ‘If that is not a penalty then someone explain what a penalty is, ’ Arteta reflected BURNLEY 1-1 ARSENAL - MATCH FACTS Burnley (4-4-2): Pope; Lowton, Tarkowski 7. ‘Against popular belief, there is always that Burnley storyline that we wait for the chance, ’ Dyche said of Burnley’s press. ‘We like front-foot football. ’It took his team an uncharacteristically long time to get started. They were still blinking in the lunchtime sunshine when Arsenal struck on six minutes. Partey revealed that possession in front of your own box does have benefits, instigating a sharp counter attack which Willian drove forward and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang finished – exploiting the way Lowton stood off to shape a right-foot shot which crept over the line. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang had given Arsenal a dream start inside six minutes with a low finish into the bottom corner Burnley keeper Nick Pope got a hand to the ball but was unable to keep out Aubameyang's shot following his return to the side Aubameyang celebrates his goal which had for long periods of the first half reflected Arsenal's control of the gameNick Pope, who got a glove to it, was culpable at his near post but his audible shout of ‘wake up’ ten minutes later reflected a general fallibility about Burnley. Arsenal vs Burnley LIVE Updates: Score, Stream Info 11 minutes ago — Follow game Arsenal vs Burnley live updates coverage, stream information, score and result online, prediction, TV channel, lineups and time ... Burnley 1-1 Arsenal - Granit Xhaka error costs GunnersFunny how £182million can just vanish into thin air these days. It’s the sum Arsenal laid out on new players in the last financial year, with an average £104, 000-a-week salary to keep them happy, even after a pay cut. Yet the walking calamity called Granit Xhaka still turns out to be the man in possession at the pivotal moment. Arsenal were knocking the ball around their six-yard box with no-one looking particularly disposed to do anything decisive with it as half-time approached, when Xhaka neglected to detect the 6ft 3in presence of Chris Wood standing precisely in the place where he placed it. What channel is Burnley vs Arsenal on? TV and live stream 12 May 2019 — The match will take place at Burnley's Turf Moor, which has a capacity of just under 22,000 supporters. What TV channel is the game on? The ... Burnley Football Club: Home The best place for all your Burnley FC news, tickets, fixtures, results and videos.


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