Saka puts the Gunners in the Top Four

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Saka’s shot is enough.. Arsenal secures fourth place with a difficult victory over Aston Villa in the 30th round of the Premier League

Arsenal secured fourth place in the English Premier League standings with a difficult victory over Aston Villa on Saturday, with a 1-0 win.


Arsenal is a guest of Aston Villa to meet them at Villa Park in the 30th round of the English Premier League.

The only goal of the match was scored by Bukayo Saka with a shot from the edge of the penalty area in the 30th minute.


Arsenal quickly recovered from their defeat in the postponed match, which was held last Wednesday against Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium, and the latter won with two goals without a response.

That victory raised Arsenal’s tally to 54 points, occupying fourth place in the table with 54 points, four points behind its pursuit of Manchester United, and the Gunners have a lower meeting.

Arsenal are five points away from their London rivals Chessy, with a game in hand.

As for Aston Villa, it has 36 points and occupies ninth place.

This is the second consecutive defeat for Aston Villa in the English Premier League after losing against West Ham with two goals to one.

The match witnessed Mohamed Elneny sitting on the Arsenal bench, but he did not participate in it.

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The match started with an attack from Arsenal, and Emily Smith Roy shot and fired a powerful shot that passed over the Aston Villa goal.

In the 19th minute, Smith Roy had a new chance, but his shot went just wide of the goal.

After 11 minutes of confusion in the Aston Villa defense, Saka hit a crawl ball with his left and into the net to announce Arsenal’s first goal.

The match calmed down a lot after the goal and there were no serious chances in the first half.

In the second half, the situation remained calm until a dangerous opportunity arose for Aston Villa’s Ole Watkins, but his shot passed just outside Arsenal’s goal.

Aston Villa did not threaten Arsenal’s goal much in light of the visitors’ success in securing their defense well.

The match remained calm without dangerous chances until the fourth minute of stoppage time

when a dangerous chance came to Aston Villa from a free kick,

but Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno successfully dispersed it, ending the match with the Gunners winning 1-0.

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