Arsenal won 4 matches and goes straight to the 1/16 round of the Europa League

Overcoming Molde, Arsenal officially won a ticket to the knockout round of Group B before the last two matches. This is the fourth consecutive victory of the teachers and coaches Arteta in the group stage of the Europa League this season.

Contrary to the volatile form in the Premier League, Arsenal started the Europa League this season very impressively with 3 victories. Early this morning, Mikel Arteta’s teachers and students entered the fourth series with the goal of just 1 point to soon win tickets to continue.

Meeting a not too strong opponent, Molde, Arsenal took the initiative to take off many important factors. However, the  Gunners still created an overwhelming stance with many chances to score in the first half. But due to the ungainly of the strikers, Arteta’s team could not open the score before the break.

In the second half, Arsenal’s attack was significantly improved with a fast-paced attacking style. As a result, after only 5 minutes of playing, the English team cleared the deadlock with Nicolas Pepe’s dangerous shot in the penalty area.

This goal has removed psychological pressure on Arsenal’s attack. On the excitement, the Gunners quickly scored the second goal just 5 minutes later. Young talent Reiss Nelson is the one who signed his name on the electronic board with a close-up shot after Willock’s crossroads.

Two quick goals brought a huge advantage for Arsenal

Molde was forced to attack. However, the Norwegian team could not put great pressure on Runarsson’s goal. They had to play for most of the remainder of the match.

Two quick goals brought a huge advantage for Arsenal

After many opportunities to create a counterattack, Arsenal finally got their third goal in the 83rd minute thanks to Folarin Balogun. Immediately after entering the substitution field, this young talent scored with a pretty easy turn in the penalty area to secure a 3-0 victory for Arsenal.

With 4 victories, Arsenal has won 12 points. Not only soon winning tickets to the round of 1/16 Europa League, Mikel Arteta teachers and students also definitely won first place in Group B because they were 6 points higher than the second-ranked team (Molde) and superior in confronting achievements. The remaining two matches in the group stage (against Rapid Wien and Dundalk) are only procedural for the  Gunners.