Arsenal hopes to finish in top 4 after 3-1 win over Man United

On Saturday, Arsenal beat Manchester United 3-1, boosting their chances of reaching the top four with five Premier League games remaining. Ralph Rangnick’s side has everything they need to do if they want to qualify for the next Champions League season, while Arsenal is back in the driver’s seat to finish in the top four. Manchester United are now six points behind Arsenal with one more game to play. Ralph Rangnick admitted after the match that Ralph Rangnick’s team’s chances of qualifying for the Champions League next season are all but gone. On Tuesday, Ralph Rangnix’s side was thrashed 4-0 by Liverpool’s pursuers, leaving them with no hope other than winning their remaining five games and hoping fourth-placed Tottenham and Arsenal drop points in the other place. Following this result, I’ve been checking the pokies near me to find the best odds on Arsenal getting into the top four.

Arsenal has taken a severe toll on any Manchester United hopes of finishing in the top four in the Premier League. At the same time, Tottenham’s 0-0 draw at Brentford later on Saturday means Arsenal are two points clear of fourth-place North London rivals. Arsenal dealt a hard blow to Manchester United’s hopes of finishing in the top four in the Premier League when Nuno Tavares, Bukayo Saka and Granit Xhaka scored goals in a 3-1 win on Saturday that restored the clubs’ chances. Great match at the Emirates Stadium as Manchester United need a win to keep their weak top-four hopes alive while Arsenal is in a good position but has to keep winning to stay in touch with Tottenham. After the win, Arsenal moved up to a fourth-place with 60 points, three clear of City rivals Tottenham Hotspur, who had a game in hand.

Arsenal started the match on an upswing and took the lead within three minutes. Arsenal called a truce when Granit Xhaka sealed the win by beating the third Arsenal at home from 25 yards with 20 minutes left. Manchester United improved after the restart, but their troubles escalated when skipper Bruno Fernandes hit the post with a botched penalty from Nuno Tavares’ handball before a 70-minute lightning strike from Granita Xhaka sealed the Gunners’ win. Manchester United failed to convert their penalty off the post. It proved to be a costly mistake as Granit Xhaka landed a lightning strike to secure a decisive victory in Arsenal’s attempt to reach the fourth spot in the next few matches in the Premier League season.

He eventually returned to the bottom line, which meant that Manchester United’s dismal form at the end of the season meant they parted ways in search of fourth place to leave a local feud between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur. Ralf Rangnick questioned the referees and VAR following Manchester United’s 3-1 loss to Arsenal on Saturday. “We were at least unlucky in those three or four instances,” he said.

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