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Tops / Flops Arsenal-Tottenham: Partey was everywhere, Lloris at fault


Partey's omnipresence, Lloris's hand fault or even Emerson who sees red: find the tops and flops of the editorial staff after the Gunners' victory (3-1).


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The beautiful part of Thomas Partey


This is the right term to refer to Thomas Partey's performance this Saturday afternoon.

Very active in recovery, with his sidekick Granit Xhaka, the Ghanaian was also invaluable in the orientation of the game. But above all, it was he who put his team on the right track in the first period by opening the scoring a magnificent distant inspiration (20th).

A complete and remarkable match.

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Gabriel Jesus impresses (again)

It's no longer a surprise.

Since his arrival at Arsenal in the offseason, Gabriel Jesus has been performing well.

And this Saturday afternoon, against Tottenham, a contender for the podium, the Brazilian was again present.

Stalls, calls in space, combinations, ball provocations... the Brazilian has displayed his physical and technical palette.

And he was decisive again by restoring the advantage to his team just after returning from the locker room by taking advantage of a double error from the Tottenham defense (49th).

A great match, once again.

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The "helping hand" of Hugo Lloris

A detrimental error.

On a somewhat confused action, Hugo Lloris tried to seize the ball that his partner, Cristian Romero, had failed to control.

The tricolor goalkeeper had prepared his hands well but strangely, the leather went between his arms and under his body, allowing Gabriel Jesus to restore the advantage to Arsenal.

A game to forget for the 35-year-old doorman.

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Emerson Royal sees red

He didn't help his teammates.

With Spurs trailing by just one goal, the Brazilian let his frustration burst when he was guilty of a sole slightly above the ankle from compatriot Gabriel Martinelli.

A fault that led him straight to the locker room since the referee decided to exclude him directly.

He therefore left his partners to evolve in numerical inferiority for almost half an hour, thus destroying their hopes of returning to the meeting.

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Gabriel lacks composure

He could have made his team lose points.

In the first half, when Arsenal were leading, the ex-Lillois committed a foul in his penalty area on Richarlison, resulting in a penalty for Tottenham.

An opportunity that Harry Kane did not miss.

Fortunately for him, in the second period, the Gunners were able to make the difference to achieve significant success in the race for the podium...even in that for the title of champion of England.

Source: lefigaro

All sports articles on 2022-10-01

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