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Arsenal 0-0 Burnley

Who said that 0-0s were inevitably gabbolic?

In a very intense match that has little to a small transformed into a defense attack, Burnley has resisted Arsenal (0-0) this Sunday afternoon at the Emirates Stadium. A counter-performance for gunners that lack the opportunity to iron in the top four of Premier League. Faced with the red lantern of the championship, the men of Mikel Arttea, however, had the opportunities. Dominators throughout the meeting (20 shots at 10, 76% possession of bullet), they are threatening from the first quarter of an hour on a beautiful ride of Alexandre Lacazette (16th), but the very defensive block of clarets is in place and does not give up.

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 Roy Keane Atomizes Arsenal The former Mancunien Roy Keane, now a famous consultant, has varyedly criticized Arsenal's gunners. © provided by Football 365 Arteta Arsenal was eliminated from the FA Cup in the third round by the Championship Nottingham Forest Club, and Roy Keane was among those who criticized Mikel Arteta's team for his performance. A goal of Lewis Grabban at the end of the match turned out decisive and the hosts inflicted a surprise defeat at the gunners.

The second period sees the more and more offensive Londonians but Nick Pope plays service firefighters by coming out a superb stop in front of Emile Smith-Rowe following a combination of Corner (63E). A huge opportunity followed by a second for Lacazette, whose deviation after a left-side Smith-Rowe raid comes to lick the left pole pole (67). Frustrated and unable to make a difference, the gunners end up abdicate in front of Sean Dyche's successful bet that scratches an important point in the race.

Nick Pope and Aaron Ramsdale: England has a pretty casting to defend its goals.

Arsenal (4-1-4-1): Ramsdale - White, Holding, Gabriel, Tierney - Lokonga - Saka, ØDegaard, Smith-Rowe, Martinelli - Lacazette. Coach: Mikel Arttea.

Burnley (4-4-2): Pope - Roberts, Tarkowski, Mee, Pieters - Lennon, Westwood, Brownhill, McNeil - Rodriguez, Vydra. Coach: Sean Dyche.

Results and ranking of Premier League

Chelsea shakes off blues with customary win over Tottenham .
LONDON (AP) — Once Hakim Ziyech's curling, dipping strike landed in the Tottenham goal, Chelsea never looked back. Sure, it took until two minutes into the second half to break the deadlock and the Moroccan was justified in ranking it “10 out of 10." But the space gifted for Thiago Silva's header from Mason Mount's free kick in the 55th minute to seal a 2-0 win on Sunday was a snapshot of this most lopsided of London rivalries. Chelsea shouldSure, it took until two minutes into the second half to break the deadlock and the Moroccan was justified in ranking it “10 out of 10.

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