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We beat the overrated champions, and overrated Erling Haaland i have a very special gift for Martinelli”- Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta was full of praise for Arsenal’s hero Martinelli after his late goal sees Arsenal end Man City’s unbeaten streak against the Gunners

Martinelli, Arsenal’s top performer, receives praise from Mikel Arteta as his late goal ends Manchester City’s perfect record against the Gunners.

Arsenal defeated Manchester City in a dramatic game at the Emirates Stadium, snapping the Citizens’ winning streak against the Gunners. Gabriel Martinelli was hailed as the day’s hero by manager Mikel Arteta, who also announced a special gift for the young youngster.

When Gabriel Martinelli scored the game-winning goal late in the contest, Arsenal was able to secure a critical 1-0 victory over championship challenger Manchester City. This victory was a long-awaited turning point for Arsenal, who had nearly lost the Premier League championship Manchester City the season before.

Arsenal overcame a strong City team without Bukayo Saka and managed to overtake them in the league standings, taking second place, only behind the current league leaders, Tottenham. The victory was not only an act of retribution but also an illustration of Arsenal’s tenacity and resolve to maintain their unblemished start to the Premier League season.

While Manchester City focused on a game against Brighton on the same day, Arsenal sought to retain their outstanding run as they prepared to play Chelsea after the international break.

Early in the game, City threatened Arsenal’s defense with their opportunities, but Declan Rice’s vital clearance and David Raya’s tenacious goaltending kept the score tied. Raya’s fast thinking prevented City from taking the lead, demonstrating Arsenal’s defensive tenacity.

Eddie Nketiah nearly broke the tie as Arsenal gradually got their footing and began to create opportunities. The game remained intense and dramatic, but VAR reviews added a layer of tension by reviewing potential red card occurrences.

Martinelli was replaced by Mikel Arteta at halftime, giving Arsenal’s offense new life. The young Brazilian made an immediate impact, putting City’s defense under serious strain by challenging Ederson with a shot. Both teams continued to search for a winning strategy as the game remained a tense end-to-end struggle.

As time ran out, Martinelli took the opportunity and beat Ederson with a deflection from City’s Nathan Ake. This gave Arsenal their long-awaited triumph. As the Gunners celebrated the triumphant end to their Manchester City curse, the Emirates Stadium exploded in celebration.

Following this thrilling victory, Arsenal now looked forward to maintaining their momentum and leaving a lasting impression in the Premier League, enhancing the excitement and expectation for the next games.

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