Arsenal’ beats West Ham in the London derby.

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Arsenal earned three precious points by defeating West Ham United at home in the London derby (1-2) in the match that brought them together today, Sunday, in the 35th round of the English Premier League, “Premier League,” to reclaim its golden square from its London rival. Tottenham Hotspur is the other.

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The first 45 minutes on the (Olympic) stadium in London ended with a goal in each net, with Arsenal taking the lead in the 38th minute through the head of Rob Holding, before the hosts equalized shortly after 7 minutes through the foot of Jarrod Brown.

In the second half, “The Gunners” reclaimed control with a second goal from Brazilian defender Gabriel in the 55th minute.

With this result, Mikel Arteta of the Spanish squad struck more than one bird, as he continued his winning streak for the third round in a row.

Arsenal also reclaimed their golden square position from “Spurs,” raising its tally to 63 points, two points ahead of its London rival.
West Ham, on the other hand, is trapped in seventh place with 52 points.

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Arsenal won a crucial encounter against West Ham United at the Olympic Stadium in

London today, Sunday, with a score of two goals to one, in the 35th round of the Premier League.

they took the lead in the 38th minute with Rob Holding’s header, then West Ham equalized

after 7 minutes through Jarrod Brown’s foot, and Arsenal scored their second goal in the

55th minute through Brazilian defender Gabriel.


And has won three consecutive games against direct opponents in the top seven for the first

time in ten years, according to the “Opta” statistics network.

The previous time Arsenal reached this number was in March 2012, when they defeated

Tottenham, Liverpool, and Newcastle under the leadership of Arsene Wenger.

Arsenal’s score increased to 63 points, putting them in fourth place, while West Ham’s

balance remained at 52 points, putting them in seventh place.

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