Video: Captain Odegard keeps his calm to put Arsenal ahead at Palace

It took Arsenal over an hour to break the deadlock at Selhurst Park, with Martin Odegaard finding the goal from the penalty spot.

While we have been dominant in possession, it has taken plenty of time to find the opening goal, but this will hopefully be the first of many for us.

Will the goal force Crystal Palace to take more risks and open up at the back for us?



  1. At this time Arsenal should have learned. Analyses from the team’s first two games, and winning narrowly winning should tell you that Thomas Partey needs to play along with Rice in the midfield to withstand the pressure in a 4-2-3-1 formation (with Partey and Rice being the two midfielders playing in front of the defense).
    Lastly, the team needs to see every single game as its last game to win the Premier League.
    Writing from Liberia, West Africa

  2. Two things learned from Monday night ugly win, and the solution.

    PGMOL need outside help urgently, the inconsistency in the officiating is appalling.
    Rehiring Lee Mason is not the answer.
    Calling for the legendary Italian referee Pierluigi collina to help stream line the officiating is a must, the system is in a crisis.

    Arsenal need another physical and powerful box to box midfielder, Declan Rice played in that at Selhurst Park and was immense.

    Now Arsenal must offer Balogun with £45 mill to Inter Millan for Barella.

    1. They should stop tinkering and making silly changes to the rules. It makes the refereeing job that much more difficult.

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