Stoke-on-Trent, – Arsenal 0-3 Stoke City left behind, until the end of the first round of the Premier League match at the Britannia Stadium on Saturday (06/12/2014).
The first goal was scored by Peter Crouch Stoke when the game has been running for less than one minute. Utilizing feedback Mame Biram Diouf, Crouch beat goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez with a right-footed shot from close range.
In the 35th minute, Stoke get a second goal from Bojan Krkic. With a left-footed shot from the middle of the penalty box, Bojan fired the ball into the middle of Jonathan Walters shipment goal for the visitors.
Arsenal problem does not stop there. In the 45th minute + 1, they conceded a third time. Goal this time is the result of a shot Jonathan Walters, who is released from close range.
After getting a goal from Crouch Stoke, Arsenal actually quite able to control the situation. They can limit the movement of the opposing player and create a number of opportunities in the Stoke penalty box. However, the final settlement of the less measurable and response back Stoke players make the Gunners effort was fruitless.
In the 38th minute, for example, Alexis Sanchez and Olivier Giroud fired a shot from the middle of the penalty box. While Alexis blocked shots, shots goalkeeper Asmir Begovic Giroud anticipated.
During the first half, according to ESPN notes, Arsenal fired a shot accurately from seven attempts, with 53 percent of possession. The Stoke off four shots bead of ten trials.
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Stoke City: Asmir Begovic–1; 2–Phillip Bardsley, 3–Erik Pieters, 5–Marc Muniesa, 17–Ryan Shawcross; 15–Steven Nzonzi, 18–Mame Biram Diouf, 19–Jonathan Walters, 20–Geoff Cameron, 27–Bojan Krkic; 25–Peter Crouch
Coach: Mark Hughes
Arsenal: 26–Emiliano Martinez; 3–Kieran Gibbs, 4–Per Mertesacker, 21–Calum Chambers, 39–Hector Bellerin; 15–Alex Oxlade–Chamberlain, 16–Aaron Ramsey, 17–Alexis Sanchez, 19–Santi Cazorla, 20–Mathieu Flamini; 12–Olivier Giroud
Coach: Arsene Wenger