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Leandro Trossard’s Second-Half Strike Helps Arsenal Earn Their First Win Over Everton at Goodison Park in 6 Years

Leandro Trossard’s Second-Half Strike Helps Arsenal Earn Their First Win Over Everton at Goodison Park in 6 Years

Arsenal’s winless spell at Goodison Park that lasted for more than six years has finally been broken, thanks to 28-year-old Belgian winger Leandro Trossard’s effort in the second half last night; The Arsenal no. 19 player registered only his third goal for the club when Everton hosted the Gunners at home, and his strike helped the latter brush off an unwanted embarrassing record in their recent team history with a small-margin victory of 1-0. The victory was Arsenal’s fourth in this season’s English Premier League, with Mikel Arteta’s side now one of only four teams that remain unbeaten in 2023/2024.


Martinelli Had His Goal Disallowed After 18 Minutes

Notable team news happened before the game were several changes made into both sets of starting lineups, that are, four replacements for Arteta’s side that impressively overcame Manchester United with two late late goals while Sean Dyche observed only two changes for his team that managed to bag a single point against Sheffield United. It is worth mentioning that spectators witnessed a new face in goal for the visitors in this Goodison Park encounter, as Arsenal fielded new summer signing David Raya from Spain instead of their usual no. 1 Aaron Ramsdale for goalkeeping duties.

The Gunners thought they had their breakthrough as early as in the 19th minute, when Brazilian forward Gabriel Martinelli coolly slotted home a goal over another England shot stopper Jordan Pickford. His and the team’s joy was cut short since Eddie Nketiah was seen offside during the buildup phase; The English forward initially set up the ball for Fábio Vieira, before the young Portuguese midfielder unleashed Martinelli to break the deadlock. Both teams then combined a total of 21 shots throughout the match, until the visitors finally got their well-deserved lead with 20 minutes remaining on the clock.

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Leandro Trossard’s Second Goal in Four Games

In the 69th minute, captain Martin Ødegaard and Bukayo Saka teamed up for a short corner, before the England winger slid a pass to Vieira. What followed suit was a great connection between four Arsenal players, with Oleksandr Zinchenko being the receiver of the 23-year-old Portuguese midfielder’s pass, and the Ukrainian sent the ball wide for his skipper, who then found Saka inside the box. The two-time England Men’s Player of the Year wasted no time to deliver a cross for Leandro Trossard, who proceeded to find the net far post with his left-footed shot. The goal was the only one from both teams throughout the match, meaning Arsenal has finally ended their winless spell at enemy territory.

Leandro Trossard, not known for his scoring ability since moving to the English Premier League back in the 2019/2020 Season, has been able to find the back of the net in the early stage this year. The 28-year-old Leandro Trossard, who managed to score 76 career club goals before coming to England, has registered two goals in four matches for Arsenal in 2023/2024 and the Belgian magician would definitely hope to replicate his previous club form outside England for Arsenal this campaign, since the Gunners are eyeing to go one step further in their current league campaign, that it, winning it all in the Premier League.

Arsenal’s rivals Manchester United are in deep trouble due to issues happened outside the field this 2023/2024 Season, check out this article about the full details.


2023/2024 UEFA Champions League Season Set to Take Place This Midweek

Apart from pouring their hearts out in winning this season’s English Premier League, Leandro Trossard and co. will have other obligations in 2023/2024, as they are playing in European and domestic club football competitions such as the UEFA Champions League, FA Cup and EFL Cup. In regard to this, if you wish to catch Leandro Trossard’s Arsenal side in actions in these tournaments, then you should check out for everything you need for club and international matches.

Arteta’s and Leandro Trossard’s Gunners will host PSV Eindhoven at the Emirates for the first UEFA Champions League game of the season in the upcoming midweek, so make sure you subscribe to AsiaSport’s FREE livestream services via a few easy steps before it is too late!

Steven Mosier

"Eat, breathe and sleep sports" is the life motto of mine. My professional athlete career ended way earlier than I thought, but the passion remains till the present, which is why I am here writing you all the sports news you crave! Also, I am a huge fan of the Premier League as well the NBA.

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