Published: Tue, December 03, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Arsenal keeper Leno reveals Ljungberg reaction during Norwich draw

Arsenal keeper Leno reveals Ljungberg reaction during Norwich draw

The Mirror claim that the Gunners are keeping their options open after Freddie Ljungberg took charge of his first game against Norwich.

The Canaries welcome Arsenal to Carrow Road earlier today, for a Premier League clash.

Morgan took aim at Mustafi by saying the German was doing his best to lose Arsenal the game and the TV presenter said he was "thrilled" to get a point in the end - which he feels highlights just how far we've fallen. I want this club to do well, it is only winning that counts: I wanted to win the games so I am disappointed but I have also seen some positive things. I can say that the first training session that he took went very very well.

Pepe was an unused substitute for the game at Norwich, with Ljungberg opting to bring on young forwards Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli instead as the Gunners went in search of a late victor.

"We started extremely well, I thought we dominated it totally and found pockets and created chances".

Arsenal started brightly but missed opportunities with Tim Krul saving from Alexandre Lacazette and Calum Chambers, while Shkodran Mustafi had a header cleared off the line.

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Krul initially saved the penalty, diving to his right to keep out Aubameyang's weak effort, but VAR correctly spotted a number of Norwich players encroaching into the box before the shot had been taken.

The impressive McLean could have received a red card for a high lunging tackle on Matteo Guendouzi on the stroke of halftime, but referee Paul Tierney only showed a yellow and it was Norwich which made the most of the time added on.

Todd Cantwell restored Norwich's advantage with a smart finish before Aubameyang levelled for a second time from a corner.

Arsenal responded again after 57 minutes when Aubameyang was the first to react to a rebound from a corner to strike the ball into the top corner.

The draw saw Arsenal drop into 8th place seven points behind 4th placed Chelsea who lost to West Ham over the weekend.

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