Arteta deserves this point

Anfield hosted the meeting between the best qualifiers in the Premier League. With a point of difference between them, the win was worth the lead and some distance with the rest of the chasers. Liverpool and Arsenal showed muscle, setting one of the most entertaining tournament beats. In an intense and exciting match, there was inevitably a distribution of dominance, goals and points.

Arteta deserves this point

The determination not to lose his position as the leader of Arsenal came out intense. In a hurry.in a hurry. Two minutes later, Allison had to take a shot from Jesus in a corner. At the fourth, Gabriel put the Londoners in the lead in the jump more than anyone else to finish off a hanging free kick by Odegaard. He took advantage of the bad attitude of Alison, who went out for grapes, as his team. It took Liverpool fifteen minutes to settle into the duel, but their awakening was rewarded with a draw half an hour earlier. Alexander Arnold perfectly measured a long pass. Salah picked him up next to the squad, left Zinchenko behind and sent a boot to the net. 1-1. In the next exchange of blows, Tsimikas had to be replaced, and Klopp was left without a back.

Arteta deserves this point

Liverpool improved in the second half. He took the lead during the first quarter of an hour thanks to several competing losses. Klopp created more chances, but as happened last week against Manchester United, his attackers found it difficult to understand each other. The local frequency provided life for visitors. At the 72nd minute there was an exchange of roles, and the Londoners got a good panic. His own corner ended with a counterattack led by Salah. Four against one. The crossbar blocked song’s goal. He spat out Alexander-Arnold’s forehand, on the best occasion it was there until the very end. Arsenal grew at that time, but despite finishing the match as a dominant team, Arteta’s team could not take the match. However, the point allows them to remain at the top of the Premier League on Christmas Day.

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Changes

Joe Gomez (34′, Kostas Tsimikas), Leandro trussard (67′, Gabriele Martinelli), Harvey Elliott (67′, Luis de ermaz), Ryan Gravenberch (67′, Curtis Jones), Darwin ermez (67′, Cody jackbow), Eddie Nketiah (77 ‘, Gabriel Jesus)

Objectives

0-1, 3′: Gabriel, 1-1, 28′: Salah

The cards

Referee: Chris Kavanagh
VAR referee: David Cote, Lee Bates
Bukayo Saka (37′, yellow) Wataru Endo (47′, yellow) Declan Rice (48′, yellow) Kay Havertz (48′, yellow) Salah (83′, yellow) Eddie Nketiah (85′, yellow) Ben White (90′, yellow)

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