#ARSMUN: 5 Talking Points from Arsenal 3-1 Manchester United


The game between Arsenal and Manchester United is one of the games that will decide which team will finish in the UEFA Champions League spot at the end of the season.


Arsenal were coming into the game off the victory away at Stamford Bridge while the Red Devils came into the game off a defeat against Liverpool at Anfield.

Notjustok has decided to highlight the five talking points from the game played at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday, April 23rd, 2022.

(1) Harry Maguire:

The Englishman has been at the wrong end of the stick from Manchester United fans because of the team's inability to keep clean sheets. He was dropped from the game against the Gunners and the team still conceded goals, this game might give light to United fans that the defensive problem at the team does not solely rest at the feet of Maguire.

(2) David De Gea:

The Spaniard has shown every season why he is the best player in the Manchester United team. De Gea made amazing world-class saves in the games against Arsenal to deny the North London team from scoring more than they goals they scored.

(3) Bukayo Saka:

The England midfielder has scored 11 goals this season for the Gunners in the Premier League, he has been in amazing form since he broke into the first team. He scored a penalty against Chelsea and did the same against Manchester United, if Arsenal will make the top four this season, his goals will ne a big part of the reason why the Gunners will play in the UEFA Champions League next season.

(4) Cristiano Ronaldo:

The Portuguese scoring goal form has been top-notch for the Res Devils, his goals are one of the reasons why Manchester United are where they are on the Premier League table. Just like Bukayo Saka, if United will play in the UEFA Champions League next season then Ronaldo will be the reason for that achievement. He also became the first player to score 100 goals In the Premier League and La Liga.

(5) UEFA Champions League:

The Gunners hope of finishing in the top four received another boost following the victory against Manchester United. Arsenal are currently fourth on the Premier League table with 60 points after playing 33 games, they are just two points behind Chelsea who are in third place.