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The Premier League, that competitive league that is always in the eyes of football lovers, began its 2022-23 season with a victory by two goals to nil for Arsenal in their visit to Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park. Gabriel Martinell and Marc Guehi against it was more than enough for those led by Mikel Arteta to start off on the right foot. Oleksandr Zinchenko found the Brazilian, and they are already beginning to give something to talk about in a great duo as partners.

Arsenal arrived at this start of the Premier with Oleksandr Zinchenko, Gabriel Jesús and William Saliba as new players. Zinchenko left a great sensation in the match, associating himself especially with Gabriel Martinelli, who in the first minutes the Brazilian warned with a shot just wide. After eight minutes, the Ukrainian was able to put the first, but the Spanish goalkeeper, Vicente Guaita saved.

About 19 minutes, Arsenal’s insistence managed to break the zeros on the scoreboard. A corner from Bukayo Saka passed found Oleksandr Zinchenko who headed in and a second header from Gabriel Martinelli allowed the ‘Gunners’ goal. At the end of the first half, Joachim Andersen sent a cross to the head of Ousmane Édouard and Aaron Ramsdale saved, Édouard himself entered the area and when he was outlined to shoot, Granit Xhaka intervened to send to the corner.

Already in the complement, Crystal Palace tried to equalize early with an excellent assist from Wilfried Zaha for Eberechi Eze planted in front of Aaron Ramsdale and the goalkeeper saved. From that moment on, the locals searched incessantly for opportunities to break the visiting defense, but they were unable to achieve it. Jordan Ayew took possession of the ball causing havoc and leaving Jeff Schlupp alone. The midfielder tried to define with a heel, but failed in the attempt.

When Arsenal needed it most, tranquility appeared. They came out of the siege of Crystal Palace and with a Bukayo Saka cross that Marc Guehi deflected into his own goal, it ended 0-2 in favor of the ‘Gunners’. Palace will visit Liverpool, while Mikel Arteta’s men will host Leicester City on the second date.



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