After Bournemouth’s defeat, Arsenal move up to second place

    Bukayo Saka, who had been questionable due to injury, headed in the game’s opening goal on his 87th consecutive Premier League outing for Arsenal, moving the team up to second as Mikel Arteta’s side cruised to victory at Bournemouth. Saka could have added to the score had he not then delegated his penalty duty to Martin Odegaard, who has shared that duty with Saka this season.


    After the Gunners were given a second penalty on minute 53, both Saka and Odegaard stepped aside to let Kai Havertz to score his first goal for the team, boosting Havertz’s self-confidence. Ben White added a goal in stoppage time to complete the scoring.

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