Arsenal was fighting against Watford, but won
Arsenal returned to top 4 after a tough victory over Watford
Arsenal won 1-0 over Watford in the last 34th round of the Premier League and returned to the top 4, shifting Chelsea from fourth in the standings for a better goal difference. Pierre-Emerick Aubamayang (10) scored the winning goal for the hosts, and the hosts played in a reduced turn in the 11th minute when their captain Troy Deene was thrown for an elbow with Picasso Torreira. This is the first win for Unai Emery as a guest this season without a goal.
The Vicarage Rowe kicked off with home pressure and second-minute crackdown on Andre Gray, which was hit by Bernd Leno. Eight minutes later, Ben Foster’s goalkeeper mistakenly made the ball and Aubamayang scored for the balls.
By the end of the half-time Aubamayang had missed the visitors and Kathart and Kapu from the hosts who were more active but were not lucky in the final phase.
After the break in the match for the guests, Mesut Osil appeared on the site of Torreira, and the omissions made Aubameyang and Mkhitaryan. In the 61st minute the bar saved Arsenal from strike after Adam Masina’s attack outside the penalty area, and after another twenty minutes Andre Gray could equalize, but at the last moment Maitland-Niles blocked his strike.