- Burnley vs Arsenal ended in a stalemate at the Turf Moor on Saturday, March 6
- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang opened the goal scoring as early as the sixth minute
- Bunley restored parity just before half-time and there were no further goals in the encounter
Arsenal have dropped points again in the Premier League following their 1-1 draw against Burnley at the Turf Moor on Saturday afternoon, March 6.
Captain Aubameyang opened the scoring for the Gunners in the sixth minute, but a mistake by Granit Xhaka gifted the hosts the equalizer in the 39th minute.
It took Arsenal just six minutes into the encounter to open the scoring when team-captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang found the bottom corner of the net.
The Gabonese linked-up well with Willian, the frontman got in the box cut inside and fired in a shot that Pope could only palm into the corner of his goal. 0-1.
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Burnley almost restored parity Burnley minutes later but McNeill's effort across the box was blocked by Chambers.
It would have been two-nil in the 23rd minute when Bukayo Saka fired wide off the post from close range after linking up well with Aubameyang, the ball broke kindly to him but he couldn't find the target.
Burnley got back into the game in the 39th minute after Chris Wood neted an equaliser. 1-1.
It was a shocking goal for Arsenal to concede as Xhaka's pass across the box directed off the frontman and goes in.
The Gunners came firing from all cylinders in the second half and in the 48th minute, goalkeeper Pope made a good save to stop Odegaard's powerful effort finding the corner.
Both teams made efforts to grab the win, but somehow there no further goals.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that desperate Liverpool fans have created a GoFundMe accound to raise funds for the possible signing of Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe.
Only £65 donation has been received so far which is no way near the targeted world-record £250 million fee for the Frenchman.
Liverpool have continued to struggle in front of goal having only managed one at Anfield in their last six home matches.
Consequently, they need a striker like Mbappe who scored a hat-trick at the Camp Nou in the Champions League.
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