Arsenal's party is over

Arteta's men could not continue their winning streak and, against a direct rival in the middle of the table against Crystal Palace, they were unable to go from a scoreless draw to zero. Thomas came back.

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It could not be, Arsenal could not continue their winning streak and, against a direct rival in the middle of the table against Crystal Palace, they were unable to go from a draw to zero as bad as they deserved. The positive news for the Gunners, beyond the point, was the return of Partey in the second half and the good performance of Dani Ceballos, who took the keys to midfield to stop the initial push of the Eagles.

Since Arteta's lineup, more than one disappointment was already sensed. Neither Partey, who was returning from injury to try to make that leap in quality that the team demands, nor Gabriel, who had to prop up the center of a defense that sometimes makes waters, were there from the start, and the team, without making a bad game , was able to do much more.

In fact, the half-time came with the feeling that Crystal Palace could have gone to the dressing room ahead on the scoreboard, but between Leno and Wood, who repelled a shot from Tomkins, the Gunners managed to stay in the game. In the second half, it was Arsenal who dominated, but Hodgson's team, who know how to shield themselves and cancel the game when they propose, also knew how to seal the goal and a distribution of points that neither benefits nor harms either of them.



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