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Arsenal vs Brighton and Hove Albion (23 May 2021)

A fifth straight win to close out the Premier League season was not enough to secure European football next term. A second successive brace from Nicolas Pepe gave us all three points on the final day of the season, but results elsewhere didn't go our way, meaning we finished eighth for the second year in a row. But at least the fans, returning to the Emirates, had a victory to cheer - as well as two well-taken goals. The team emerged from the tunnel to a roar that belied the 10,000 inside the stadium - our largest attendance since we faced West Ham in March 2020. The energy from the stands was soon transmitted onto the pitch. Thomas Partey and Granit Xhaka both tried their luck in the very early stages, while Pepe had an effort charged down after being set up by Aubameyang. We were looking bright in possession, and looked like we had taken the lead when Rob Holding bundled the ball just over the line from a corner, but it was disallowed for offside. Gabriel hit the bar with a looping header from a deep Xhaka cross late in the half as we pressed for the opening goal. We were making all of the running, as you expect with European football next season still up for grabs, but we could not capitalise on our pressure in the first half, and went in level at the break. The scores from elsewhere at half-time had us moving up one place to eighth, but we could go no higher without getting earning all three points here. More was needed, and just five minutes after the interval, we broke the deadlock. Calum Chambers fired in a low cross, Pepe controlled it with his left foot before crashing home with his right. It was his 15th of the season, and 10 minutes later he bagged number 16. Martin Odegaard fed the Ivorian in the inside right position, and Pepe showed all the confidence of a man who's netted eight goals in his last 11 appearances, to slide the ball into the corner. With Tottenham and Everton both trailing in their games, we were on course for seventh place, and European football again. We had no intention of sitting back on the lead though. Thomas Partey came within inches of scoring his first Gunners goal when he controlled Xhaka's pass, then smashed a shot against the bar with the keeper Robert Sanchez beaten. However, as news of Tottenham's late goals filtered around the stadium, the atmosphere became more subdued, and ultimately our final-day win was not enough.

Crystal Palace vs Arsenal (19 May 2021)

Two stoppage time goals from Arsenal saw Palace slip to a harsh defeat at Selhurst Park, as 6,500 supporters ensured a deafening atmosphere in south London. #CrystalPalace #Arsenal #PremierLeague

Crystal Palace vs Arsenal (19 May 2021)

See the best moments of match action from our 3-1 win over Crystal Palace in our final away game of the 2020/21 season.

Chelsea vs Arsenal (12 May 2021)

Highlights of our Premier League match against Arsenal at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea vs Arsenal (12 May 2021)

Emile Smith Rowe capitalised on a Chelsea mistake to score the only goal of the game, and extend our winning run in the league to three games. Having scored his first ever Premier League goal at the weekend against West Brom, he netted again in the derby to set us on the way to a hard-earned three points. This goal owed a bit more to good fortune though, as he stroked home from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's pass, once Chelsea keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga had scrambled back to prevent an own goal. For much of the rest of the game it was about resolute defending, right from the front back to our five-man defence. That was the system Mikel Arteta went for from the start, but it was the most central of those three centre backs - Pablo Mari - who was caught in possession early on to gift Chelsea the first chance of the game. Kai Havertz nicked the ball off the Spaniards toes to race away on goal, but he blazed over when one-on-one. It was Chelsea's turn to hand out the gifts next though, and it led to Smith Rowe scoring the only goal of the game. Jorginho's wayward backpass put Kepa in difficulty. The keeper managed to palm away from his own goalline, but Aubameyang was lurking to pull the loose ball back to Smith Rowe in front of goal, and his low shot squirmed in off the post. Rob Holding made a superb close-range block from Mason Mount's shot to keep us ahead, but Chelsea kept knocking on the door for the remainder of the half, drawing two smart stops from Bernd Leno. The hosts continued to pin us back at the start of the second half, and we had to remain organised in and around our own penalty box. Christian Pulisic did have the ball in the net, but the goal was disallowed for a clear offside after VAR intervened. Hector Bellerin was introduced and immediately had a sight of goal, but shot tamely after good build up play involving Martin Odegaard. We were certainly coming out of our shells as an attacking threat now, with Odegaard himself blazing over from a promising position. Chelsea - three days before their FA Cup final appointment with Leicester City - piled forward late on and hit the woodwork twice in succession in injury time. But we were rewarded for an excellent defensive effort with a 1-0 win, securing our first double over Chelsea since 2003/04.

Arsenal vs West Brom (09 May 2021)

Three fine goals from Emile Smith Rowe, Nicolas Pepe and Willian saw us claim a 3-1 victory against West Bromwich Albion on Sunday. After the disappointment of our European exit on Thursday night, Mikel Arteta’s side were expected to deliver a response here – and they did just that. But it took some time to get going, and in fact it was the visitors who twice went closest in the early stages through the dangerous Matheus Pereira. Gradually we began to assert our dominance, and when we upped the tempo the Baggies struggled to live with us – especially down our left flank, where Bukayo Saka took centre stage. The England international was playing out of position at left back – not that you’d have known it - and on the half-hour mark it was no surprise that our opening goal was created by him. After being played in by Willian following patient build-up play, Saka looked up and picked out the onrushing Smith Rowe, who had raced into the box and volleyed in on the run with his left foot. It was a lovely strike, but there was even better to follow just five minutes later. This time the goal stemmed from an attack up the right as Calum Chambers – enjoying another eye-catching display – fed Pepe, who cut inside and curled a sensational strike into the top-left hand corner. It was a high-class goal, and no more than our dominance deserved – and we had further chances to add to our advantage before the break through Gabriel Martinelli, Chambers and Saka. We continued to pile forward after the interval, with Pepe and Smith Rowe both testing Sam Johnstone early on, while a fine Saka cross not long afterwards just evaded Martinelli and Smith Rowe. But out of the blue, the Baggies pulled one back when Pereira raced at the heart of our defence and fired a low shot beyond Bernd Leno and into the far corner. The goal offered the visitors hope, and we had some nervy moments during the closing stages. But in the 90th minute, Willian stepped up to curl a free kick into the top corner to wrap up the win, open his account for the club and relegate Sam Allardyce’s side in the process.

Newcastle United vs Arsenal (02 May 2021)

Goals in each half helped us get back to winning ways in a dominant performance at St James' Park. Mohamed Elneny's first-ever Premier League goal gave us an early lead and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, making his first start for a month, made sure of the points from Gabriel Martinelli's cross. The first goal - on five minutes - was our fastest in the Premier League so far this season. Martinelli had already sent in one cross for Aubameyang in a positive opening, and with our next attack we found the net. A wonderful pass from David Luiz found Hector Bellerin on the right. His cross wouldn't fall for Aubameyang, but the half-clearance fell straight to Elneny on the edge of the area, and his shot was too hot for Martin Dubravka to handle. We've seen the Egyptian score some great goals in European football, but this was his first in the league - on his 66th appearance in the competition. And it was just reward for a bright start to the game from the Gunners.

Arsenal vs Everton (23 Apr 2021)

A second half Bernd Leno own goal condemned us to a home defeat against Everton on Friday night. Mikel Arteta made six changes from the side that drew with Fulham last time out, the most notable of which saw Eddie Nketiah lead the line with both Alex Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ruled out. The England Under-21 striker was a ball of energy up front as he looked to make the most of his chance to impress, although it was the visitors who had the early sights of goal. The first came when Lucas Digne curled in a cross that Dominic Calvert-Lewin headed wide at the near post, before the former’s deflected strike nearly caught out Leno, who reacted well to make a smart stop. Bukayo Saka then had a snapshot saved after good build-up play, but despite dominating possession we struggled to clear-cut chances. Leno made a full-length diving save to deny Richarlison on the half-hour mark, while Gylfi Sigurdsson hit the top of the crossbar from a free kick before the interval. The visitors came close again after the restart when only a brilliant block from Rob Holding at the near post denied Sigurdsson. We soon thought we’d been awarded a penalty when Dani Ceballos was tripped in the box by Richarlison, but Nicolas Pepe was adjudged to be millimetres offside and it was chalked off by VAR. Calum Chambers then had a good opportunity when a free kick from the left bounced invitingly in front of him, but he flashed his shot high and wide. Dani Ceballos then tested Jordan Pickford with a shot from just outside the area that was palmed around the post, as we looked to press home our advantage. But with less than 15 minutes remaining, the visitors hit us on the break as Richarlison got past Granit Xhaka in the box and hit a low cross that hit Leno and went through his legs and in. That proved to be the decisive blow, and settled an underwhelming match.

Arsenal vs Everton (23 Apr 2021)

Everton did the double over Arsenal with a first win at the Emirates thanks to a Richarlison-induced own goal by goalkeeper Bernd Leno. The game was a fairly even contest, with the Gunners being awarded and then denied a penalty, while Gylfi Sigurdsson struck the crossbar and Jordan Pickford was forced into a superb late save. A big three points for the Toffees and the fight for Europe rolls on!

Arsenal vs Everton (23 Apr 2021)

Everton did the double over Arsenal with a first win at the Emirates thanks to a Richarlison-induced own goal by goalkeeper Bernd Leno. The game was a fairly even contest, with the Gunners being awarded and then denied a penalty, while Gylfi Sigurdsson struck the crossbar and Jordan Pickford was forced into a superb late save. A big three points for the Toffees and the fight for Europe rolls on!

Arsenal vs Fulham (18 Apr 2021)

View the highlights as Fulham faced Arsenal in a London Derby as part of Sunday's Premier League action in a VAR-filled affair at the Emirates. Enjoy match highlights, player reactions, training and behind the scenes to get closer to the likes of Aleksandar Mitrović, Alphonse Areola, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Kenny Tete, Antonee Robinson, Frank Anguissa and many more.

Sheffield United vs Arsenal (11 Apr 2021)

Match Highlights from today's EPL Premier League fixture between Arsenal and Sheffield United. Goals from Lacazette & Martinelli meant Arsenal came out 3-0 winners.

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