Europa League Action.


Bukayo Saka was on target once again for Arsenal, maintaining their 100 per cent Europa League group stage record, with a 1-0 win against Bodo/Glimt.

Bodo kept the Gunners in check and should have levelled the score in both halves, with Amahl Pellegrino and Runar Espejord coming close to hitting the target for Bodo.

Head Coach Mikel Arteta expressed his delight with his team’s performance after the victory gave the Gunners their third win in as many outings in Group A.

Arsenal are two points clear of PSV Eindhoven, who thrashed FC Zurich 5-0, while Bodo/Glimt have four points from four matches.

Elsewhere, Scott McTominay scored late in stoppage time as Manchester United kept their hopes of winning their Europa League group alive with a late 1-0 win over Omonia Nicosia at Old Trafford.

Omonia goalkeeper Francis Uzoho pulled off top notch saves to frustrate a wasteful United before the Scotland midfielder fired home in stoppage time.

Erik ten Hag’s team stayed three points behind Group E leaders Real Sociedad, who beat 10-man Sheriff Tiraspol 3-0 to record a fourth successive win.

-Moyes building momentum with the Hammers-

West Ham have advanced to the last 16 and are now well placed for another long European run after their 2-1 win over Anderlecht, courtesy of goals from Said Benrahma and Jared Bowen.

David Moyes seem to have ignited a winning spark to get the Hammers squad up to speed, following a sixth win in seven games in all competitions, building momentum with the east London squad.

The Hammers have enjoyed a good run form despite a shaky start to the campaign, with Moyes’ rotation system proving vital to the team’s success.


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