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Arsenal 1-3 Manchester United (Download Soccer Highlight)

Arsenal 1-3 Manchester United (Download Soccer Highlight)
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Jesse Lingard scored twice but Manchester United relied on goalkeeper David de Gea to clinch victory over Arsenal on Saturday. Manchester United survived the second-half dismissal of Paul Pogba to end Arsenal’s 12-game winning run at home in the Premier League with a 3-1 victory at Emirates Stadium – but only thanks to the brilliance of David de Gea. The Premier League heavyweights took part in a slugfest in the English capital, with Jose Mourinho’s side somehow surviving some seriously heavy punishment to run out victors and close the gap on leaders Manchester City to five points. United capitalised on some poor defending to race out to a 2-0 lead, Antonio Valencia and Jesse Lingard punishing early Arsenal mistakes, before Alexandre Lacazette – a surprise selection after Arsene Wenger had said he would be sidelined for the fixture – halved the deficit early in the second half. However, Arsenal’s bid for a third straight home win over their rivals ran aground against the rock-like De Gea, who produced a string of outstanding saves either side of the break to keep his team in front. Lingard’s second of the game in the 63rd minute restored a two-goal cushion and, while Pogba saw red for a stamp on Hector Bellerin that will rule him out of next weekend’s Manchester derby, United held firm to triumph on their travels. Arsenal will wonder quite how they ended up with nothing from a pulsating encounter, albeit their problems were all of their own making when a side who had previously only conceded four league goals at home in the season gifted their opponents a 2-0 lead inside 11 minutes.

Laurent Koscielny’s careless cross-field pass inadvertently set up Valencia’s opener before Shkodran Mustafi’s carelessness in possession led to Lingard scoring, the England international not even having to break stride to convert Anthony Martial’s exquisite reverse pass in behind.
Yet despite the disastrous start, plus the loss of the injured Mustafi that forced a change in formation and a switch to a flat-back four, the hosts peppered United’s goal for the remainder of the half.
Lacazette was twice denied by De Gea, who relied on his reactions to keep out a close-range toe poke before needing assistance from the crossbar to keep out another on-target attempt from the Frenchman.
The visiting goalkeeper was so good he even denied Romelu Lukaku from scoring for the first time in open play at the Emirates, diving to his left to make sure his team-mate’s inadvertent touch on a dangerous free-kick did not nestle in his own net.
While Lacazette did finally beat De Gea when Aaron Ramsey’s poor touch from Alexis Sanchez’s cross dropped perfectly into his path, the Spaniard continued to defy a home team smelling blood.




United’s last line of defence not only kept out Lacazette’s low drive at his near post but also prevented Sanchez from tapping home the rebound, stretching out his right leg to make a crucial block.
The double save proved a turning point as United landed the sucker punch on the break, Lingard, who had already hit the post after the break, tapping home from close range.
After providing the assist, Pogba left his side to finish the game a man light when he lunged in and caught Bellerin. The red card did not prove costly in terms of the outcome, but the Frenchman will now miss his team’s next three domestic games, including next weekend’s huge derby against City.
Key Opta stats:
– Arsenal suffered their first home league defeat in 15 games, since losing 2-1 to Watford in January.
– Manchester United have won more Premier League away games at Arsenal than any other side (eight).
– David de Gea made 14 saves in the game, the joint-most in a Premier League game since 2003-04, when Opta started collecting this data (also 14 for Mannone for Sunderland v Chelsea in April 2014 and Tim Krul for Newcastle v Tottenham in November 2013).
– Jose Mourinho won away to one of the ‘big six’ in the Premier League for the first time in 12 attempts (D5 L6).
– Paul Pogba has scored four goals and assisted six more in his last nine Premier League appearances.
– Alexandre Lacazette has scored more home goals in the Premier League this season than any other player (six).
– Aaron Ramsey has had a hand in seven goals in his last seven PL games (two goals, five assists) after contributing just two in his first seven apps of the season (one goal, one assist).
– Jesse Lingard has scored three goals in his last two Premier League games, as many as in the previous 51 combined.
– Paul Pogba received his first red card in league competition since May 2013 for Juventus vs Palermo.

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Wizkid Is The First International Artist To Fuck With My Music - South African Singer KLY Says

Wizkid Is The First International Artist To Fuck With My Music -  South African Singer KLY Says


KLY, a popular South African musician had taken to twitter the influence of wizkid on his music and how wizkid helped him cross international boarders.


He payed much credit to wizkid as he was able to express the impact wizkid has created in his music career as the first international artist to show interest in his music. 

He also added that Wizkid paid for the video of their collaboration, “Scrrr” (Pull Up Remix).

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Real Murcia 0 – 3 Barcelona (Copa Del Rey 2017/2018: Soccer Highlights)

Real Murcia 0 – 3 Barcelona (Copa Del Rey 2017/2018: Soccer Highlights)

Barcelona put one foot in the last 16 of the Copa del Rey with a 3-0 win over Murcia, with Jose Arnaiz enjoying a memorable debut.
Jose Arnaiz scored a superb debut goal as Barcelona cruised to a 3-0 first-leg win over Murcia in the last 32 of the Copa del Rey.
The 22-year-old, drafted into the side after impressing for Gerard Lopez’s B team, fired home the goal of the game after Paco Alcacer and Gerard Deulofeu had put the holders in control at the Nueva Condomina.
Ernesto Valverde named Arnaiz, Carles Alena and Thomas Vermaelen – making his first start of the season – in a much-changed line-up, as Lionel Messi, Andres Iniesta, Luis Suarez, Paulinho and Marc-Andre ter Stegen were all left out.
Murcia performed well for much of the first half, looking a threat on the break, but Alcacer’s well-taken header saw Barca take control just before half-time.
Deulofeu added a second shortly after the break before Arnaiz netted the third to put the LaLiga leaders in command of the tie ahead of the return leg at Camp Nou on November 29.
The Catalans now turn their attention to a league trip to Valverde’s old club Athletic Bilbao on Saturday, for which Arnaiz could well be in contention following an excellent display.
Arnaiz – playing on the left of the attacking three – enjoyed a bright start as the visitors applied the early pressure, although Alex Ortiz came close to nodding Murcia in front after Barca failed to clear their lines.
The home side were doing well to keep the majority of Barca’s possession away from their penalty area, although Alena missed a glorious chance after 22 minutes, somehow turning the ball away from goal from point-blank range.
Murcia’s counter-attacking game had Barca unsettled, though, and Fernando Llorente missed a great chance to grab a shock lead before half-time, blazing over the crossbar after Nadjib had bundled his way past Vermaelen.
Alcacer had endured a frustrating opening but made amends to put the Catalans ahead with barely a minute left in the half. Having shown excellent movement to elude his marker, the former Valencia man met Deulofeu’s cross and steered a header past the static Alejandro Santome.
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Arsenal 2 – 1 Norwich City (EFL Cup 2017/2018: Soccer Highlights)

 Arsenal 2 – 1 Norwich City (EFL Cup 2017/2018: Soccer Highlights)

Eighteen-year-old Eddie Nketiah scored twice as Arsenal came from behind to beat Norwich City 2-1 and book their spot in the EFL Cup quarter-finals.
Nketiah, who made his debut for the Gunners against BATE Borisov earlier this season, was introduced in the 85th minute at the Emirates Stadium with his side trailing to Josh Murphy’s cool first-half finish.
The youngster made an immediate impact, equalising with almost his first touch to send the game into extra time.
He then ensured the headlines would be his in the 96th minute with a superb header from Mohamed Elneny’s corner to secure Arsene Wenger’s side’s place in the next round.
Norwich – unbeaten in nine in all competitions going into the game – were the better side for long spells and should have been out of sight in the second half, but Murphy, Nelson Oliveira and Mario Vrancic all squandered golden opportunities.
Wenger named Olivier Giroud, Theo Walcott, Jack Wilshere and Alex Iwobi in his starting line-up, but none of them could make an impression against a stubborn Norwich defence, which only wilted following the introduction of Nketiah.
Norwich, buoyed by their 1-0 derby win over Ipswich Town on Sunday, started in confident mood and comfortably kept Arsenal at arm’s length in the opening exchanges.
Their positive display was rewarded in the 34th minute when Murphy netted his fourth EFL Cup goal of the campaign.
The 22-year-old latched onto James Maddison’s through ball and clipped a cool finish over debutant goalkeeper Matt Macey to give the visitors a deserved half-time lead.
Any thoughts that they might sit back and hold onto their lead in the second half were soon dispelled by more impressive attacking play.
An incisive break in the 55th minute should have resulted in a red card for Elneny, but referee Andrew Madley only gave him a caution for a foul on Oliveira despite the Egyptian being the last man.
Norwich then missed a hat-trick of opportunities to put the game out of sight. First, Oliveira blasted over after 69 minutes before Murphy sent a half-volley wildly over with only Macey to beat.
Vrancic then inexplicably fired wide from close range after taking two Arsenal defenders out of the game with a fine dummy.
They were made to pay for that profligacy in the 85th minute when substitute Nketiah stabbed home from close range to take the game into extra-time.
Theo Walcott was denied by a fine Angus Gunn save, but from the resulting corner Nketiah rose highest to send a thumping header into the top corner.
Norwich were denied a late penalty when James Husband was hauled down in the area by Mathieu Debuchy, as Arsenal held on thanks to Nketiah’s memorable intervention.

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Download Swansea 0-2 Manchester United (EFL Cup 2017/2018:Soccer Highlight)

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Manchester United are through to the quarter-finals of the EFL Cup following a comfortable 2-0 win away to Swansea City.

Jesse Lingard was at the double as Manchester United bounced back to winning ways with a 2-0 defeat of Swansea City in the EFL Cup fourth round.
The 24-year-old produced a pair of clinical finishes either side of half-time as Jose Mourinho’s men issued a composed response to their shock Premier League loss against Huddersfield Town.
Both teams rung the changes from their respective weekend defeats, although Victor Lindelof was promoted to the starting XI, despite a shaky display as a first-half substitute at the John Smith’s Stadium.
In truth, the Swede was rarely tested by a Swansea side perhaps focused more on their upcoming Premier League trip to Arsenal.
Lingard, who scored in the final as the Red Devils won this competition last season, quickly put any nerves to bed by coolly slotting away the opener after 21 minutes.
And the winger capped a comfortable return to type for the reigning champions just prior to the hour, sealing a quarter-final berth and getting Mourinho’s men back on track ahead of a visit from Tottenham.


Shifting to a 3-5-2 system, Mourinho handed starts to youngsters Axel Tuanzebe and Scott McTominay as two of seven changes to the team which was stunned on Saturday.
The visitors found early fluency despite the adjustments as Chris Smalling nodded wide from a corner inside two minutes, before Kristoffer Nordfeldt tipped over a rising Lingard shot.
England international Lingard went one better in the 21st minute when, put clean through on goal by a delightful Marcus Rashford flick-on, he unerringly side-footed into the bottom right corner.
Swansea did come close to a fortuitous equaliser on the half-hour with Daley Blind’s unconvincing header ricocheting past the post off Oliver McBurnie.
Instead, Paul Clement’s side suffered another setback as Martin Olsson was forced off with a suspected hamstring injury before half-time.


United were content to take the sting out of any potential comeback by soaking up possession in the lead up to the hour.
And their plans paid dividends as Lingard again ghosted through the heart of Swansea’s defence and clinically headed home Matteo Darmian’s superb right-sided cross.
The winger could well have completed his hat-trick in quick time, but fired across the face of goal from a narrow angle following McTominay’s clever pass.
Swansea’s angst would hardly have been helped by the introduction of Romelu Lukaku, although they did receive a let-off when Tuanzebe poked over the bar from close-range.
Clement threw on an attacking ace of his own in the shape of Tammy Abraham and the Chelsea loanee saw a firm effort pushed to safety by Sergio Romero, who also saved from Leroy Fer at point-blank range in stoppage time, denying Swansea a consolation as they switch attention back to their flailing league campaign.
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