EPL: Arsenal 2-0 Lost To Newcastle Put Tottenham Champions League Hopeful; Ben White’s goal and a Bruno Guimaraes strike put Tottenham on the point of Titleholders League qualification as Arsenal suffered a 2-0 defeat at Newcastle United.
The Gunners demanded a palm to move back into fourth place with one Premier League game to play against Everton on Sunday, but Newcastle did Spurs a massive favour at St James’ Demesne.
White, making his return from a hamstring injury, turned a Joelinton cross into his own net in the alternate half and Guimaraes added a alternate late on as the Babblers dominated Mikel Arteta’s side.
Spurs will head to Norwich City on the final day knowing a point will nearly clearly put them in the Titleholders League coming season
Due to their thing difference and Chelsea are guaranteed a top-four finish, while wounded Arsenal look to be fated for the Europa League.
The Gunners made a shaky launch, with Aaron Ramsdale fortunate not to gift Miguel Almiron an early thing when he took far too long on the ball following a back pass.
Dan Burn blocked a thing-bound shot from Bukayo Saka, but the Babblers continued to mandate and Ramsdale make an excellent save low to his right to deny Allan Saint-Maximin after the French winger cut in from the left at full cock.
Arsenal lost Takehiro Tomiyasu to injury before the break and shaken Newcastle protector Fabian Schar was forced out beforehand in the alternate half
Having landed heavily after taking a blow to the head when he was caught by Eddie Nketiah.
It came as no surprise when Eddie Howe’s side took the lead after 56 twinkles, when White averted Callum Wilson from getting on the end of Joelinton’s cross but turned into his own net.
Wilson volleyed just over the bar and had a shot veered wide by White, before the lively striker came near to an inconceivable thing with a long- range strike that went hardly wide.
Guimaraes stuck the cutter into Arsenal when he was on hand to tuck home the loose ball with five twinkles to go after Ramsdale rushed
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