Manchester United have been knocked out of the Premier League by Arsenal

One of the most important fixtures in the Premier League calendar this month. Arsenal all beat Manchester United knocked out of title race

Arsenal showed big Premier League intentions overnight on Sunday. coming from behind to beat Manchester United 3-2 in front of the Emirates crowd.

United striker Marcus Rashford silenced the home fans with the opening goal. But an equalizer from Eddie Nketiah and a brilliant second-half effort from Bukayo Saka turned the game around.

But the visitors, who were dangerous during the breaks throughout the race. An exciting encounter escalated as Argentinian defender Lisandro Martinez headed in after Arsenal were unable to clear a corner.

The Gunners flocked to find a winner. And finally got the goal they deserved when Nketiah threw the ball home in the 90th minute.

Earlier, reigning champions Manchester City closed the gap to two points by beating Wolves 3-0 thanks to Erling’s fourth hat-trick. Haaland this season

Scott McTominay replaced Brazil midfielder Casemiro, who was ineligible after receiving his fifth yellow card of the season in United’s draw with Crystal Palace in midweek, with loan signing Wout Weghorst once again leading the way.

Arsenal newcomer Leandro Trossard, who joined at the end of last week from Brighton, must find a seat on the bench as Mikel Arteta names the squad unchanged.

There is growing belief at Emirates that eventually The The Gunners could end a long wait for the Premier League title. which they haven’t won since 2004.

If they win the game they have in hand over rivals Manchester. They are eight points ahead of City and 14 ahead of United.

Arsenal flew off the block with Thomas Partey flashing wide as they lunged forward.

But it was United who broke the stalemate in the 17th minute beautifully when Bruno Fernandes found Rashford, who easily crossed Partey and drove low into the corner from 25 yards.

Arsenal were level just seven minutes later when an in-form Nketiah lost Aaron Wan-Bissaka at the back post to nod home Granit Xhaka’s cross.

The wind is now in the sails of the home team as they pour forward. But United came close to taking the lead again. McTominay forces Aaron Ramsdale to jump save.

Arteta was shown a yellow card by referee Anthony Taylor after half an hour. because his mood improved But the first half ended in a draw after a few clear chances.

Arsenal took the lead again after the break. Dash forward to find more doors. And they took the lead in the 53rd minute.

Standing outside England’s Saka, Christian Eriksen converted the ball to his left foot and fired a flawless shot past David de Gea into United’s net from just outside the box.

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