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As always, was Pierre-Emile Højbjerg a power station on the Southampton midfield in Thursday's Premier League clash with Arsenal. In a few situations particularly prominent, but mostly just the solid laborer, which all can reckon with. A born captain, but for the time being pressed down in the hierarchy, because he anything else other than Southampton.

And so, in the last minutes, was his fine efforts in the fight is marred by an annoying bug which is indirectly secured Arsenal the scoring to 2-0 and secure the victory. A replacement proved reckless, and Jack Stephens had to pull the emergency brake and accept a red card when he felled Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang outside the Southampton box.

the free kick is sent Alexandre Lacazette in the wall, and he smote the riposten of place again with such force that Alex McCarthy in goal couldn't keep the ball. Simple, fast Joseph Willock could then effortlessly send the ball into the net for 2-0.

the Goal fell a few minutes after Wigan had been for treatment for a blow on the ankle. He was the mark of the damage and limped a few minutes before the final whistle from the field. Disappointed by the defeat, of course, and undoubtedly embittered over his unfortunate share in it.

He was replaced by fellow countryman Jannik Vestergaard, who could neither do or from in its limited time on the grønsværen. With its failed replacement was Wigan indirectly involved in both of Arsenal's goals.

The first fell as a result of an incredible målmandsdrop of McCarthy 20 minutes into the game. He received a replacement from Jan Bednarek, and far from his goal, he would nonchalantly play it on to Carrickfergus, which called on it.

McCarthy, however, took no account of the fact that Arsenal's Eddie Nketiah came storming back and in full run would cross the path of the ball. The young striker got the ball, served by McCarthy and could easily score in the empty goal.

Southampton did, of course, also something right. From the start of the match put the team fully burners on the boilers and tried to press the guests completely in the bottom, and it was already in the first minutes by giving bonus, as first Danny Ings and ago Stuart Armstrong got the chance in the field.

despite the miserable start, Arsenal have scored on the season, it became however soon clear that the gulklædte guests are not suddenly lost the talent. Arsenal is a klassemandskab, which should just spend under ten minutes to take control of the fight.

Aubameyang is a delight to follow in the attack by the side of the Nketiah and Nicolas Pépé, and he set the home team a fright in life in the tenth minute, when he on a long pass from Kieran Tierney shot of the place and should have udplaceret McCarthy in the Southampton goal.

McCarthy got exactly the cut ball so that it changed course and hit the crossbar.

Again from the second half start put the home side hard and tried to put pressure on the visitors high up the pitch. Entertaining game, but it never gave butterflies in the stomach, for they never came really close to a scoring.

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