- Arsenal vs Eintracht Frankfurt Europa League clash ended in defeat for the Gunners
- The north Londoners took the lead through Aubameyang in the 45th minute
- Two second-half goals from Kamada saw the visitors overturn the result in their favour at the end of the match
Arsenal suffered their first Europa League defeat this campaign following their 2-1 defeat to German League giants Eintracht Frankfurt at the Emirates Stadium.
The north Londoners only needed at least a point to book their spot in the next stage of the competition having already amassed ten points before the game.
However, they were unable to maintain their unbeaten status after regulation period as the Bundesliga side compounded their woes.
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Gabon international Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang opened scoring for the Gunners on the stroke of half time through a close-range shot.
But they were unable to hold on to the lead for another 45 minutes as two second-half goals from Daichi Kamada stunned the Premier League side.
The 23-year-old Japanese star restored parity for his side just ten minutes into the second half, and about eleven minutes later, he completed his brace in the game.
At the end of the game, the Bundesliga side ran off with maximum points - meaning that Arsenal must win their last game to be safe from elimination.
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Meanwhile, the Premier League club has gone seven matches without a single victory, and this might be giving his employers great concern.
Arsenal will have to push the defeat behind them as they take on Norwich City in their next EPL game at Carrow Road.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Manchester United suffered a 2-1 defeat against FC Astana in the Europa League although it has nothing to do with their qualification for the next round.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer rested almost every member of his first-team for this encounter as the likes of David De Gea and Marcus Rashford were left out of the squad.
But despite that, Manchester United scored the first goal in this encounter through Jesse Lingard who sent goalkeeper Nenad Eric the wrong way.
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