Published: Mon, April 22, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Mustafi Savagely Trolled For Performance Against Palace

Mustafi Savagely Trolled For Performance Against Palace

Arsenal have named their team and substitutes to go up against Roy Hodgson's Crystal Palace outfit in a Premier League contest at the Emirates Stadium this afternoon.

James McArthur added a third nine minutes later as the Gunners failed to deal with another set piece, before Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang pulled one back for Unai Emery's side.

Following their 2-2 draw at Selhurst Park earlier this season, Crystal Palace are looking to avoid defeat in both league meetings with Arsenal in a campaign for the first time since 1979-80.

Some 358 days since he last troubled the net in any competition, Benteke stooped to head past Bernd Leno in the 17th minute...

In an interview with the Daily Mail this weekend, Zaha made clear his intention to be playing at the highest level, saying: "I have to experience the Champions League".

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Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif condemned the attack, saying enemies of Pakistan-Iran ties were responsible for it. Qureshi said Pakistan has decide to fence the border, just as it has started fencing its frontier with Afghanistan.

And though the Gunners remain well in the race for a Champions League finish, they may have blown their best opportunity to get ahead of the pack. "We need our focus to be 100 per cent, we need everybody concentrated". We didn't find the best situation to take more chances.

Emery remains convinced they can finish into the top four. "We lost today but we could also have lost with different players".

But when asked about Mustafi's performance after the game, Emery refused to criticize the error-prone German. Let us know what you think.

And by picking his three star men in attack, he wrongly believed that would be enough for Arsenal to win their 11th consecutive Premier League home game.

Zaha has acknowledged that he may have to leave Palace in the off-season as he aims to further his career, but if these final games are to be his swansong for the Eagles, then he is sure to leave on good terms.

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