Arsenal qualified for the fourth round of the FA Cup, with a hard victory over Newcastle United, with a 2-0 score this Saturday evening, after extending two more games, in the third round competitions.
Arsenal attacked from the first minute when Nelson made his way to the left before firing a shot from the edge of the penalty area, and goalkeeper Martin Dubravka had no difficulty controlling it.
In the third minute, Pepe advanced the ball from the right to shoot at Dubravaca standing, and Willian executed a free-kick without finding a way to the Newcastle goalkeeper, where it hit the human wall for Newcastle in the sixth minute.
Newcastle waited until the 20th minute to launch the first dangerous attack when Guillinton snatched the ball from Willock to lead it and send it along to Carole, who stood Soares without in front of his attempt.
David Luiz sent the ball over the defense to Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, who immediately followed it up to be stopped by Dubravka, and it rebounded to Willian, who threw it over the goal in the 25th minute.
Willian sent a dangerous cross in front of Newcastle’s goal, Dubravka went out of his goal to address her, and he failed to do so, to replace striker Carroll and turn it into a corner in the 41st minute.
Dubravka starred in banishing Willock’s dangerous header after Pepe’s cross in the 64th minute to make the London team a double substitution, after which Bocayo Saca and Grant Chaka replaced Willian and Willock.
Arsenal continued their effort to score, so Bibi eliminated Domit before hitting a left-foot ball passed by the left post in the 72nd minute.
The referee withdrew from Smith Roe’s dismissal after a mistake against Longstaff, to settle for the yellow card after using the video technology, for the two teams to resort to two additional games.
The first extra half went on amid absolute control from Arsenal, who almost led to a score, when a dispersed ball reached Xhaka, who shot it on the fly, to be taken away by goalkeeper Dubravka.
The vulva came in the second extra period, when Arsenal scored two goals, the first by Smith Row in the 109th minute, after exchanging the ball from substitute Alexander Lacazette before placing the ball professionally into the net.
Aubameyang put his mark on the second goal in the 117th minute, when Terni passed the ball from the left side to the Gabonese international, who put it from close range into the net.