Arsenal needed the firepower to come back in the game as they drew 3-3 at home to Southampton on Friday night.
Goals from Theo Walcott brought the visitors to a place they had the 0-2 lead which he didn’t celebrate for obvious reasons (being an Arsenal player).
However, Bukayo Saka scored late to ensure Arsenal earn a point from the game as Isagoal.com reviews the statistical analysis as regards this game.
Shots On Target
7 (Arsenal) (Southampton) 6
Arsenal had more attacking impetus as we could see in the game with the good works of Bukayo Saka that found Gabriel Martinelli in the box.
But the visitors had their moments as they capitalized on Arsenal’s defensive error to earn a draw in this Emirates contest.
Shots off Target
10 (Arsenal) (Southampton) 0
Manchester United and Manchester City would be pleased as Arsenal missed a couple of chances to win the game.
Arsenal had a couple of spaces but they faltered in the attempt to nail the opponent at home.
11 (Arsenal) (Southampton) 1
Arsenal would be blamed on their own for not winning games via their own weaknesses.
But they ended up accumulating 11 blocked shots as compared to the 1 blocked shot the visitors had.
73 (Arsenal) (Southampton) 27
Arsenal had more possession of the ball as they controlled the match for the majority of the contest.
The trio of Thomas Partey, and Granit Xhaka did a superb job supporting Martin Odegaard in the final third.
And it was clear the quality they brought to the match despite Arsenal’s lack of coordination at some point in the game.
7 (Arsenal) (Southampton) 2
The Gunners had more attacking foray to reckon with in the game and it was no surprise as they had more corner kicks to show for it in this tie.
Arsenal had 7 corner-kicks as compared to their credit as compared to the 2 corner-kicks the visiting Southampton side had in the game.
This article was updated 5 months ago