BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, arteta delighted with star player with his incredible display against man utd. As the action unfolds live from old Trafford, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has showered praise on one of his players following a spirited victory over Manchester United that puts team up in the Premier League table. Arteta called the player “outstanding” and claimed that his powerful performance “stole the show.” The player led Arsenal’s tenacious performance with his incredible intensity and enthusiasm. The game was won by Arsenal’s “Man of the Match,” and Arteta was “ecstatic” about the “outstanding” player.


Arsenal maintained pressure on Manchester City in the Premier League title race with a convincing 1-0 triumph over Manchester United.

Leandro Trossard’s goal in the 20th minute secured the Gunners’ victory at Old Trafford, marking their first win there since 2020.

Beginning the day in second place behind a dominant City squad that had routed Fulham 4-0, Arsenal’s win ensured that the title race would be decided on the final day of the season.

With their 27th win of the campaign, Arsenal’s unchanged starting XI for the fourth consecutive game swiftly utilized their attacking prowess. Kai Havertz’s adept maneuvering past veteran United center-back Jonny Evans highlighted their offensive intent.

Despite sustained pressure, Arsenal struggled to breach United’s defense, ultimately securing the crucial three points to the delight of their traveling supporters.

The victory propelled Arsenal back to the top spot, edging ahead of City by a single point just a week before their season finale. However, City still possess a game in hand, facing Arsenal’s north London rivals, Tottenham, on Tuesday night. A victory for City in North London would see them reclaim the lead and have the title within their grasp on the final day.

Meanwhile, as nerves run high at both Arsenal and City’s grounds during the decisive matches, United failed to bounce back from their 4-0 defeat to Crystal Palace six days earlier, languishing in eighth place.

Their hopes for European qualification now hang in the balance, trailing seventh-placed Chelsea by three points and possessing a significantly inferior goal difference.

Erik ten Hag’s side faces challenging fixtures against Newcastle and Brighton in their remaining league games before confronting rivals City in the FA Cup final.

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