Elneny features in an impressive 6-0 win against Ludogorets
Mohamed Elneny came off the bench for the Gunners, featuring in an impressive Arsenal 6-0 win against PFC Ludogorets Razgrad.
Arsenal provided today an impressive display mixed with their fantastic football, in which they sealed the three points with six great goals to top their group.
Arsenal’s starting XI: Ospina; Bellerin, Mustafi, Koscielny, Gibbs; Coquelin, Cazorla, Ozil; Walcott, Chamberlain, Sanchez
Ludogorets starting XI: Stoyanov; Minev, Moti, Palmonio, Natanel; Abel, Dyakov, Marcelino, Wanderson, Virgil; Cafu
The game started quickly for the Gunners, as Arsenal forced their way and dominated the match. The first 12 minutes saw Alexis Sanchez converting Chamberlain’s assist in the perfect way to make it 1-0 for the gunners.
Afterwards, Arsenal continued forcing their style of play, as Ozil recorded his first assist to Theo Walcott who launched a rocket in the 42nd minute.
The second half was much the same, in which it saw Chamberlain converting Sanchez’s assist to make it 3-0 in the 46th minute.
That wasn’t it, as Santi Cazorla’s long pass saw Ozil going one on one with the keeper to score the fourth for Arsenal.
Mohamed Elneny came on in the 58th minute replacing Cazorla, in an attempt to maintain their domination and their style of play.
Arsenal kept up the pressure, as Mesut Ozil recorded his first hattrick by scoring Arsenal’s fifth and sixth through assists from Lucas Perez to compelete Arsenal’s perfect win.
Mohamed Elneny’s contribution was great in terms of passing and defensive display, which maintained the same level of dominance in the midfield for Arsenal.
Arsenal now are top of their group, after an impressive win with huge scoreline.
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