Arsenal relies on a strange goal to beat Watford (10-0) 1-0

WATFORD, England (AP) - Arsenal took advantage of a bizarre goal, resulting from a mistake by the keeper and from Watford of the attacker from Troy Deeney's to claim an 1-0 victory that brought the team back into the top four in the Premier League on Monday.

The game was finally decided in a matter of seconds in the first half, Arsenal coming in at the 10e minute when Watford goalkeeper became Watford goalkeeper . Ben Foster took a back pass, then cleared his clearance in the left trunk lying down Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang . The ball bounced into the net six meters.

In a minute, Watford was reduced to 10 men when Deeney was expelled for nudging Lucas Torreira in the face after the passage of Arsenal midfielder. the ball to a teammate.

Despite having played with an extra man for most of the match, Arsenal struggled to convince, but won a second away win since November, allowing him to take fourth place in goal difference. 19659002] It was Arsenal's first white game in a away game this season.

Aubameyang, who was playing his first full season in the league, scored 18 goals and has only one of the top scorers by Sergio Aguero . Manchester City et Mohamed Salah de Liverpool in the race for the golden boot. From Liverpool Sadio Mane also scored 18 goals.

The Gabon striker is unlikely to score a stranger goal this season, but he did well to close Foster, the goalkeeper having received a back pass from the right back Daryl Janmaat .

While Foster tried to clear the ball, Aubameyang broke through the goalkeeper and saw the ball career crash into the net.

Deeney, who prides himself on being an intimidating attacker, had already been questioned. Arsenal has a belly for a physical battle, saying that after the home victory last season, his players can be bullied and miss cojones.

In the first minutes, his physical appearance was at the rendezvous, but he took things too far after the recovery after the goal of Aubameyang.

Torreira made a pass through the field before being hit by Deeney's right forearm, who stooped needlessly and aggressively at Arsenal's tiny midfielder.

The referee took Before showing a red card to Deeney, who had complained bitterly.

Watford had barely tried the Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno but had come close when Adam Masina had made a long-term effort. against the pole joint and crossbar at the 62th minute.

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