Arsenal – Southampton 1: 1, watch the summary

Arsenal – Southampton 1: 1, watch the summary

After Chelsea and Manchester City disappointed with the opening of the 13th round of the Premier League, today (Wednesday) the round continued with six more games, and in the promotions between them, Arsenal split 1: 1 with Southampton, Everton won 0: 2 at Leicester, Leeds United beat Newcastle 2: 5 after a crazy game. Now: Liverpool – Tottenham, Fulham – Brighton, West Ham – Crystal Palace.

Arsenal – Southampton 1: 1

If the Gunners’ last period was not bad enough, she saw ex-Theo Walcott conquer in front of her as early as the 18th minute after she bowled a beautiful ball over Brand Leno. In the 52nd minute, Arsenal finally found the net after Edward Anctia put the ball nicely to Pierre Emerick Obmiang who pushed close and equalized the result.

In the 62nd minute, Arsenal fans grabbed their heads after seeing their player sent off for the second time in a row, and this time it was Gabriel who saw two yellows in four minutes and left his teammates with ten players for the last half hour. This is Arsenal’s seventh red card in the last year, more than any other team in the Premier League.

Mikel Arteta | PETER CZIBORRA / POOL / AFP via Getty Images

The Gunners continue to fall with the sixth straight league game without a win. Mikel Arteta’s trainees remain in 15th place and are now just six points away from the red line. The Surprising Saints were stopped for the first time after two consecutive victories and remained in the top four with 24 points.

Leicester City – Everton 2: 0

The Foxes had hoped to temporarily occupy first place until the end of the game between Liverpool and Tottenham, but encountered the Blues from Liverpool and dropped to fourth place. Carlo Ancelotti’s side, on the other hand, clung to the leading quartet with 23 points and completed a second consecutive victory. The Brazilian Richardson gave Everton the lead in the 21st minute thanks to a powerful long-range kick that left Caspar Schmeichel stunned after only being able to touch the ball, and Mason Holgate sealed the game in the 72nd minute with a close-range touch.

James Justin vs. Ben Goodfrey | Alex Pantling / Getty Images

Leeds United – Newcastle 2: 5

A tumultuous game at Land Road: Jeff Hendric put the visitors ahead in the 26th minute, but it did not last long and nine minutes later, Patrick Bumford equalized. The turnaround was completed in the 65th minute from Rodrigo’s foot, but the advantage also held for a short time, and only four minutes later the result was heard again by Kieran Clark.

The high end continued with Stuart Dallas returning the lead to Marcelo Bielsa’s side in the 77th minute and eight minutes later Azgian Alioski, three minutes later and it’s already 2: 5, and this time it’s Jack Harrison with the goal that set the final score. Leeds recovered after two consecutive losses and clung on to rival Newcastle who in turn lost after two consecutive wins, and both teams now with 17 points but the Blacks and Whites with one game less.

Leeds players are celebrating | RUI VIEIRA / POOL / AFP via Getty Images