The ‘gunners’ beat Crystal Palace in the premiere of the 30th edition of the Premier League
Gabriel Martinelli scored the first goal of the game for Arteta’s men; Gehi, against, sentenced
The Premier League premiered its special edition for the 30th anniversary with a Crystal Palace-Arsenal in Selhurst Park that called for action. That’s how it went: Mikel Arteta’s men won 0-2although it was not easy for them against a very combative team from Vieira.
Guaita; Clyne, Andersen, Guehi, Mitchell; Schlupp (Hughes, 86′), Doucouré (Milivojevic, 75′), Ayew, Eze (Ebiowei, 86′), Zaha; Edouard (Mateta, 58′).
Ramsdale; White, Saliba, Gabriel, Zinchenko (Tierney, 83′); Partey, Xhaka; Saka, Odegaard (Lokonga, 90′), Martinelli; Jesus (Nketiah, 83′).
0-1 M. 20 Martinelli. 0-2 M. 85 Gehi (PP).
Anthony Taylor. TA: Clyne (64′) / Xhaka (44′), White (60′).
Matchday 1. Selhurst Park.
From the beginning, the rocky French team tried to put problems in the way of the ‘gunners’, who debuted in an exciting season with their two summer signings: Gabriel Jesus and Zinchenko.
Precisely, the Ukrainian was the protagonist in Arsenal’s first goal, assisting Gabriel Martinelli for the Brazilian to define with his head to score the first goal of this league.
Already in the second half, Palace made the goalkeeper work hard Ramsdale, which was exhibited with great billing stops to avoid goals from Mateta or Doucouré. And his hands had a prize: Guehi sentenced with 0-2 against after Saka’s center and buried the hopes of a draw.