Arsenal beat Chelsea in penalties


During the 90 minutes of the game at Wembley Stadium the Arsenal team gave it all, however, behind were Belgian goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, who blocked several balls and maintained the advantage for Chelsea until the 82nd minute.

Despite all attempts, the Belgian could not contain a header from Sead Kolasinac who equalized the actions and decided the final of the Community Shield to the definition from the penalty spot. And there was where, those led by Arsene Wenger, did not fail to complete the four charges and acquired his title 15 in this competition.

Big moments

Victor Moses gave them an advantage to those led by Antonio Conte started the second stage on a play in which Arsenal’s rearguard fell asleep and forgot to dial the number 15. After this, Arsenal or otherwise known as the ‘Gunners’ Returned to the attack and they were with the obstacle that was Courtois.

Strangely, the goalkeeper was the first to miss a maximum penalty for the ‘Blues’ followed by Spanish Alvaro Morata, who expelled it out of the three clubs. The collections of Theo Walcott, Ignacio Monreal, Alex Oxil Chamberlain and Olivier Giroud were perfect and they consented to Arsene Wenger to raise another title with Arsenal.

Overcoming some absences

The Arsene Wenger team without the Chilean Alexis Sánchez and the German Mesut Ozil, who were not taken into account by the technical director of French origin, showed that he can be at the level of the best of the Premier League with the help of a dangerous trident formed By Frenchman Alexandre Lacazette, escorted by the Nigerian Alex Iwobi and Danny Welbeck.

Not in vain, they surpassed the current champion, they submitted in all sectors of the field obtaining the prize to the perseverance of the done in the regular time. Thus ended the match, with Chelsea’s failures and Arsenal’s effectiveness allowing the Gunners to start off a good season when they will not play in the Champion League for the first time since 1997.

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The Arsenal is one of the clubs with more titles obtained of the English soccer founded in 1886 in a locality of London called Woolwich and whose original name was “Dial Square”. He was the first South London club to be admitted to the Football League.

Arsene Wegner, the team’s technical director, completed his 21st season at the club as he arrived at Arsenal in 1996 and is the coach with the most titles in the history of the cup.

Currently, the team plays in First Division and it is the only club that has competed permanently in all the seasons of the Premier League giving the best of itself to offer incredible meetings demonstrating all their level in each game. The true passion of football is to live what do you expect? click here to get online tickets for Arsenal



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