Arsenal held at home by Sporting

Arsenal held at home by Sporting

Arsenal held at home by Sporting

The England worldwide received oxygen before being stretchered off in Arsenal's goalless draw against 10-man Sporting in the Europa League on Thursday and was immediately sent to hospital.

And so, for his confidence, I think it's very important.

Arsenal held Sporting Lisbon to a 0-0 draw at the Emirates to guarantee themselves a place in the next round of the Europa League. You can also stream the match via B/R Live and Univision NOW.

Rob Holding: "I didn't see it because obviously I'm at the other end of the pitch so I didn't see exactly what he'd done".

This latest setback comes on the day he was named in Gareth Southgate's latest England squad for the forthcoming games against the United States and Croatia.

"Now he's at the hospital and the news is at the moment we are going to wait, but we think this is a serious injury".

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"When one player suffers an injury like that the mind thinks of the player first".

Mathieu nearly gifted Arsenal the lead as he diverted Matteo Guendouzi's low cross towards his own goal before the ball was swept away. Vorskla Poltava lost 1-0 to FK Qarabag, with both teams on three points.

All three of Wolves' Premier League goals against Arsenal have been scored via corners.

Tiago, who has previously won titles with Sporting's Under-19 team, is keen to use his chance to make a mark on the Europa League. The Gunners are still unbeaten, and they now extend it to 14 games.

The Gabon worldwide subsequently missed a number of chances as the Gunners failed to break down their Portuguese opponents, though the draw was enough to secure their place in the knockout stages.

Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored five goals and assisted two more in five Premier League appearances against newly promoted sides. It was the Frenchman's first Chelsea goal since May, but Maurizio Sarri is not anxious about him.

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