Arsenal is the only leader in Group 2 in the European League

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Arsenal took advantage of friendly fire and clinched the top spot in Group Two in the European Football League with their 4-1 victory over Molde, Norway, on Thursday in the third round, which today also saw the Austrian Rapid Vienna beat Dundalk of Ireland 4-3.

Arsenal broke up the clash at the top of the group through the precious victory today. It raised its tally to 9 points to stand alone in the lead after 3 consecutive victories, and the balance of his generator stuck at 6 points in second place.

The friendly fire was the most prominent factor in Arsenal’s victory in the match, as Molde scored by Martin Ellingson in the 22nd minute. Still, his colleague Christopher Hogan scored the equalizer for Arsenal by mistake in his team’s goal at the end of the first half.

In the second half, Sherif Senian, Najm Molde, scored the second goal for Arsenal by mistake in his own goal in the 62nd minute, while Arsenal’s third and fourth goals were signed by his players Nicholas Pepe and Joseph Willock in the 70 and 88 minutes.

Austrian Rapid Vienna scored his first 3 points in the group with a precious 4-3 victory over Dundalk of Ireland, to stand alone. Dundalk remained in fourth place last without a score of points after suffering a third successive defeat.