"Lacazette does it again" Arsenal fans spot hilarious moment in Newcastle win

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In the time since, Newcastle have veered back towards disaster, something they enjoy fluttering their eyelashes at with a worrying disregard, and Arsenal have a new manager in Unai Emery and a remembrance of an attacking talent that cost, and still costs, a lot of money.

Newcastle, which is still looking for a first win, kept going until the end and scored a consolation as Clark headed in a stoppage-time goal.

"He knows what he wants and the team accepts that we have a good relationship".

But England manager Gareth Southgate would have been equally frustrated watching two worldwide hopefuls at St James' Park, as midfielder Jonjo Shelvey was an unused substitute after his recent injury layoff, while center-back Jamaal Lascelles failed to reappear for the second half after sustaining a thigh problem.

"I've said in the past that I'm very happy to play for Arsenal".

Juventus started the match impressively and had the first chance to score in the 7th minute when Sami Khedira located Dybala with a fine pass, but the Argentine failed to score. We needed this control to impose our ideas.

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How to read this, a third successive victory for Arsenal - their second away from home - by September was best done through context.

"The first goal gave us confidence to continue and improve in the match and the second finished the match". We didn't concede the transition as easy. Ozil scored his first goal of He added, "For me, I see the players are the same, each has quality".

"But like I said he's such a valuable asset to any team".

Arsenal grew into the game as the half progressed with Alexandre Lacazette firing into the side-netting, while Aaron Ramsey should have teed up Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for a tap-in rather than sending a cross high over the crossbar. "I think it's no problem".

After losses to Manchester City and Chelsea, the north London side have bounced back in recent weeks, beating West Ham and Cardiff. The summer signing from Bayer Leverkusen has been on the bench for all five league games so far, with Emery keeping Petr Cech as his No. 1.

"Normally I will use a different keeper for this competition, but I'm thinking about the best performance".

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