- Arsenal vs Sheffield United's Premier League encounter ended 2-1 in favor of the Gunners
- Bukayo Saka and Nicolas Pepe scored the two goals for the North London side
- Sheffield United got their goal against Arsenal through David McGoldrick
Arsenal on Sunday afternoon, October 4, bounced back to winning ways in the Premier League beating visiting Sheffield United 2-1 at the Emirates stadium.
Hector Bellerin was superb in this encounter for the Gunners as the Spaniard provided two assists which helped Mikel Arteta and his wards.
The Gunners started the encounter impressively knowing fully well that what they needed is a win after losing against Liverpool at Anfield.
Willian got the first chance to score against Sheffield United after getting a brilliant pass from Mohamed Elneny, but the Brazilian was unable to find the back of the net.
First 45 minute of the encounter ended with no goal scored at the Emirates.
Arsenal came out with good attacking style of football in the second half, but they had to wait until the 61st minute to get their first goal through Bukayo Saka who got an assist from Bellerin.
Three minutes later, Hector Bellerin provided another assist which helped Nicolas Pepe to score the second and winning goal in the 64th minute.
Sheffield pulled one goal back in the 84th minute through David McGoldrick, but they failed to get the equalizer.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Mikel Arteta who is the manager of Premier League side Arsenal is reportedly shifting his attention to the signing of Chelsea star Jorginho before the close of transfer window.
This is a result of Lyon's refusal to do business with the Gunners over the signing of super midfielder Houssem Aoaur.
Houssem Aoaur was named in the Lyon squad for their clash with Marseilles this weekend which suggests he is part of their plans for this season.
Arsenal will only pay in installments and the French club are not happy with those conditions coming from the North London side.
According to the report on Sky Sports, Arsenal would now be going for Jorginho with the hope of luring the player to the Emirates this summer.
Jorginho joined Chelsea from Napoli last two years under Maurizio Sarri and was in the team that beat Arsenal in the Europa League final.
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