Bend Arsenal and see… top is the awesome and terrible Aston Villa!

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Her train Aston Villa he doesn’t stop anywhere and dreams… top in the Premier League!

Unai Emery’s unlikely team won 1-0 against Arsenal at home and brought it close to the point, while Liverpool is first with a point more than the Londoners.

The match was decided early and specifically in the 7th minute, when o McGinn sent the ball into Raya’s net with a fine shot from inside the area after Bailey’s effort from the right.

The “gunners” found themselves chasing the score early and although they created opportunities, they were unable to find the equalizing goal.

Finally, we had to reach the completion of the 90 minutes of the match, for the ball to be pushed from close range by Havertz after successive fights. However, the goal did not count for a handball, with the VAR review confirming that there was a foul!

Somehow, Villa caught up with them 15 consecutive home wins in the league and she still has high aspirations, with her gap to 5th now eight points.

In detail, the program of the 16th matchday:

Saturday (9/12)

Crystal Palace-Liverpool 1-2

(57′ pen. Mateta – 76′ Salah, 90′ Elliott)

Wolves-Nottingham Forest 1-1

(32′ Swing – 14′ Tofolo)

Manchester United-Bournemouth 0-3

(5′ Solanke, 68′ Billings, 73′ Senesi)

Brighton-Burnley 1-1

(77′ Antigra – 45′ Otobert)

Sheffield United-Bradford 1-0

(45’+1′ McAtee)

Aston Villa-Arsenal 1-0

(7′ McGinn)

Sunday (10/12)

Everton-Chelsea (16:00)

Luton-Manchester City (16:00)

Fulham-West Ham (16:00)

Tottenham-Newcastle (18:30)

The schedule for the next (17th) matchday:

Friday (15/12)

Nottingham Forest-Tottenham (22:00)

Saturday (16/12)

Manchester City-Crystal Palace (17:00)

Bournemouth-Luton (17:00)

Newcastle-Fulham (17:00)

Chelsea-Sheffield United (17:00)

Burnley-Everton (19:30)

Sunday (17/12)

Arsenal-Brighton (16:00)

West Ham-Wolves (16:00)

Brentford-Aston Villa (16:00)

Liverpool-Manchester United (18:30)

Source: Sport Fm

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