After losing away at West Brom last weekend, it was another disappointing day for Arsenal as they again let a winning position slip and drew 1-1 with Norwich.
There were shades of the West Brom game as Arsenal took the lead through Mesut Ozil only for Norwich to hit back before half-time. Indeed, the home side could even have gone ahead when Wes Hoolahan fired over from close range just before the break.
Losing Alexis Sanchez to injury in the second half, having already had to replace Laurent Koscielny...
NORWICH, England -- Three points from Arsenal's 1-1 draw with Norwich City at Carrow Road in the Premier League on Sunday.
1. Arsenal slip up
Once again, Arsenal's rivals presented them with an opportunity. Once again, Arsenal failed to take it.
Of the Premier League's top five, only Manchester City won on Saturday. The Gunners had a chance to capitalise on the failures of Leicester City, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur. But at a wet and windy Carrow Road, they fell short once again.
Humanity's quest to realise a perpetual motion machine dates back to the Middle Ages. This search for an infinite energy source has obsessed scientists and inventors like few other holy grails. Now Arsenal appear to have discovered one in human form: Alexis Sanchez, the footballer who just can't stop playing.
When asked why he did not take Sanchez off toward the end of Tuesday night's 3-0 win over Dinamo Zagreb, a match in which the forward scored twice and assisted the other goal for Mesut Ozil,...
With the penultimate Champions League group stage matches done and dusted, it's time to look at the best XI this week ...
Goalkeeper: Matz Sels, Gent
Group-stage debutants Gent are on the brink of a remarkable place in the last 16, an achievement made possible by Kalifa Coulibaly's dramatic goal with the very last action of the game in Lyon on Tuesday. That 2-1 victory was something of a smash and grab and owed plenty to the form of Sels, who reacted sharply to deny Alexandre Lacazette and Rachid...
Alexis Sanchez scored twice but Mesut Ozil was the real star of the show as Arsenal enjoyed a 3-0 win over Dinamo Zagreb which ensures their Champions League hopes for this season endure until the final group game, and possibly beyond.
Arsene Wenger's side enjoyed an impressive first half and opened up a 2-0 lead after half an hour to end any possible suspense on the night. Now, they must win away at Olympiakos in their final group game in two weeks' time.
LONDON -- Arsenal defeated Dinamo Zagreb 3-0 at the Emirates in a match they needed to win in order to stay alive in the Champions League. They now go into matchday 6 on Dec. 9 in Athens with a chance to reach the knockout stages. Here are three points from the Gunners' victory over Zagreb.
1. Everything goes to plan for Arsenal
After a nightmare at the Hawthorns in the Premier League on Saturday, it was a surprisingly restful evening for Arsenal in the Champions League. Bayern Munich...