West Ham United came from a goal down to secure a 2-2 draw at home as Arsenal visited them in the Premier League.
It was arguably the star match of the weekend as both sides squared up in the London Derby affair.
In the end, West Ham United would be pleased with the result as Arsenal missed a penalty to make it 1-3 away from home.
Here Isagoal.com reviews the statistical analysis as it pertains to the London derby contest.
Shots On Target
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Arsenal are prevalent in the final third as they led through early goals from Gabriel Jesus and playmaker Martin Odegaard.
They had the upper hand in the game here, but somehow, the host managed to find their way back into the game thanks to Saido Benhrama’s timely penalty kick.
Shots off Target
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Both sides seem to have produced the same threat in the transition.
And that’s the more reason why both sides shared the spoil in the contest despite the fact that Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka missed a probable match-winning Penalty.
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The Gunners produced the more demanding goal threat as far as the match was concerned.
And it’s clear that West Ham United needs to shut down six times defensively compared to Arsenal’s only three blocked shots in the game.
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West Ham United struggled relatively against Arsenal in midfield but somehow David Moyes managed to put up the strategic formula that drew his side back into the game.
Arsenal controlled the majority of the ball possession though Thomas Partey should have done better.
Thus giving the ball away en route to the Penalty goal for West Ham United.
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Arsenal produced clear-cut chances which tested the goalkeeper or went outside for a goal kick.
But the West Ham United side forced a couple of corner-kicks on the Gunners as it proved real on the Statistics here.
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Both teams ensured a total of 4+1-5 offside calls in the game as hostility was over the pitch in the London derby contest.
In the end, West Ham United had 4 offsides as compared to Arsenal’s one offside in the entire game.
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From the London derby contest, we witnessed about 11+8-19 fouls as committed in the match.
West Ham United had a higher ratio of fouls committed as they had less possession in the game.
Arsenal managed only 8 fouls since they controlled the midfield while West Ham United had 11 fouls.
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The match produced a number of throw-ins as Arsenal competed against their London rivals West Ham United.
Arsenal had 21 throw-ins as compared 25 throw-ins that West Ham United had in the game.
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Arsenal’s duo of Thomas Partey was booked in the 35th minute while playmaker Martin Odegaard was booked in the added time (45+4 minutes).
West Ham’s only booking came in the 82nd minute as Aaron Creswell picked up a yellow card on his own accord.
This article was updated 3 months ago