Arsenal 1-0 Westham: Saka impressive as Gunners keep European Dreams alive

Alexandre Lacazette came off the bench to help Arsenal nick a win over West Ham at the Emirates on Saturday.

In a far from vintage Arsenal performance, the struggling
Hammers looked to have shut the home side out, and had a number of their own chances to win the game.

Antonio saw his best effort kept out by Bernd Leno after aiming his header too close to the Gunners stopper following
Aaron Cresswell’s deflected cross.

Lukas Fabianski was also called into action at the other end to keep out Eddie Nketiah after Bukayo Saka skipped past several defenders on a mazy run.

But the Pole  nor VAR could do nothing about Lacazette’s winner.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s initial shot looped up off a defender for the marginally onside Mesut Ozil to tee up the Frenchman, who swept it home.

Odiase Osayande

Written by Odiase Osayande

Odiase Osayande is a senior sports writer at Dockaysworld. He is a strong supporter of Liverpool and he's telling the best stories of the beautiful game of football to fans worldwide.


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