(EFE) – A free-kick from former Madrid player Martin Odegaard helped Arsenal take all three points on their visit to the Burnley field (0-1), and breathe in the table.
The Norwegian got a goal out of his sleeve in a free-kick perpendicular to the goal after half an hour of play. He threw gallons, asked for it in front of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and nailed it out of reach of the Burnley goalkeeper. His first goal this season for Arsenal and he sent all three points to Emirates.
Although Arsenal was close to self-destruction, which in the second half breathed relief when a bad transfer from Ben White, the central 50 million, compromised Aaron Ramsdale. The goalkeeper, to prevent Vydra from dribbling him, committed a penalty, but the referee, after reviewing the VAR, canceled it.
The victory is a bit of oxygen for Arsenal, which is going up to six points and eleventh position in the table. The Burnley continues in descent with a unit in five days.