Bradley makes losing start to life in Premier League
Oct 16 2016 by Marjorie Miles
Wenger's men sit below Man City and their neighbours Tottenham in the Premier League table.
Everton's Maarten Stekelenburg, centre, saves a penalty from Manchester City's Sergio Aguero during the English Premier League soccer match between Manchester City and Everton at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, England, Saturda. "Bob Bradley has a big experience, he's not a novice". He is the Premier League's first American manager, helms one of the Premier League's better stories over the past half-decade, is viewed with suspicion (at best) by much of the fanbase, and was taking on the purveyors of attractive football Arsenal away.
Xhaka then picked up a straight red card for a cynical foul on Barrow, setting up a nervy finish. They have lost four games and drew one in their last five games in the league.
We finished with good solidarity and we made it over the line.
The Gunners continued from where they left off before the worldwide break, as Theo Walcott scored a brace inside the first 33 minutes to give his side a comfortable 2-0 lead.
Bradley's reign got off to a losing start this afternoon as they fell to a 3-2 defeat at the hands of Arsenal, despite the Gunners playing with 10 men for the final 20 minutes.
"That part of the game I didn't like and, of course, that coincides from our end with two poor goals".
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Xhaka was shown the first red card of his Arsenal career for a challenge on Modou Barrow but despite classing the decision as "a little harsh", Wenger will not be challenging the decision made by refereeJon Moss. "And now if we can take the starting points that we saw today and keep going 30 more times, then there's a chance to become a really good team". They drew their last league game against Stoke City and that was after a 4-1 drubbing by Leicester. Jose Mourinho is finding this tough this time around and despite what I want; I think he's in for a rough night in Liverpool.
"With a bit of luck in front of goal we could have got a point or even won it", said Mr Vallario.
Everton went ahead in the 64th through Romelu Lukaku, his sixth goal in the last five league games.
ARS vs SWA PreviewArsenal has started well in the league as they are now third on the table with 16 points from five wins, one draw, and one loss, scoring 12 goals and conceding three goals in total.
The Swans went into the break 2-1 down and conceded a third in the second half before pulling one back through Borja Baston.
Eden Hazard doubled the lead before half-time and David Luiz hit the crossbar with a free-kick as Chelsea dominated, with former Foxes midfielder N'Golo Kante excelling, before Victor Moses struck a late third.