Current PL Table After Arsenal Dropped vital Points in the Title Race

The Gunners opened the new year with a frustrating nil nil draw against Newcastle United at the Emirates Stadium

The North Londoners controlled most of the possession and created better goal scoring chances in the first half.

Club Captain, Odegaard smashed over the bar just 4 minutes in before England international, Saka forced a brillant stop from Nick Pope just a minute later.

Eddie Howe’s men grew into the half steadily but failed to have a clear sight at goal. The match started to heat up as the referee dished out five yellow cards in a fifteen-minute spell, 3 for the hosts & 2 for Newcastle, with the first half of encounter ending goalless.

Arsenal did all the pressing, attacking in the second half against the Magpies, but couldn’t still find a way to get the breakthrough with Gabriel Martinelli coming close with an header that flashed wide by a few inches from a dangerous cross from Martin Odegaard.

Nick Pope also denied Eddie Nketiah minutes later from breaking the deadlock with an unbelievable save with his legs on the 88 minutes.

Current EPL Table After Arsenal Drew 0-0 with Newcastle United;

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