Arsenal’s win against Brentford to take the lead


The eighth day of the Premier League, which marked by multiple postponements disrupted by the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. Arsenal’s team made the trip to Brentford this afternoon, and that is the situation. The chance for the Gunners to pass Manchester City and retake the championship were high.

Brentford – Arsenal – Played on 09/ 18/ 2022

Two assists were provided by Bukayo Saka at Brentford Community Stadium. After leaving

the locker room, Fabio Vieira, the scorer of the third goal for the Londoners, spoke to

William Saliba, who had scored the opening goal (0-1, the 17th) (0-3, 49th). While everything

was going on, Gabriel Jesus (0-2, 28th) scored the fourth goal for the Gunners this season

by utilizing a pass from Granit Xhaka. Ethan Nwaneri, a player for Arsenal, made history

when he made his Premier League debut at the age of 15 years, 5 months, and 28 days.

He thereby took part in his people’s victory.

Thanks to this victory, Arsenal now holds the lead with a point advantage over rivals Manchester City and Tottenham, whom they will host for a heated derby right after the break.


Arsenal’s player Ethan Nnwanri becomes the youngest player in history

Fabio Vieira’s third goal gave Arsenal fans one more thrill as the game came to a finish. There were four minutes of added time total. However The (very) young Ethan Nwaneri, who had a little adolescent beard and was still dealing with acne, was impatient as he stood in front of his bench. London fans accepted the new youngest member of the Kingdom: “He has school tomorrow morning.”

Songs began to accompany a real occurrence of precocity, as we increasingly do these days. Being outclassed in practically every age group, Nwaneri was particularly surprised to see himself playing for the under-18s at the age of just 14. A quick growth made possible by the injured captain Martin Odegaard and Oleksandr Zinchenko’s absences allowed the teen’s name to be registered for the first time in the professional group.


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