Benfica and Arsenal equal 1-1 for Europa League

Benfica and Arsenal equal 1-1 for Europa League

Benafica and Arsenal drew 1–1 in the first leg of the second round of the Europa League this afternoon at the Olympic Stadium in Italy, Rome.

The Portuguese were ahead of Pizzi by one goal, but the English drew with Saka two minutes later.

On the 25th day due to the coronovirus epidemic in Portugal and the United Kingdom, the second leg match between Arsenal and Benfica takes place in Italy and Greece.

Arsenal started better and almost opened the scoring with Aubameyang. He received from Bellerin and, alone in the small area, kicked out.

Minutes later, Sedalos received from Odegaard and finished the letter, but was blocked by the defense. At the end of the first leg, Arsenal’s defense went wrong and almost went into Benfica Grimaldo’s move.

In the 10th minute of the second half, Pizzi opened the penalty score after putting Arsenal’s ball into the hands of Smith Rowe. It was Pizzi’s seventh goal in seven matches.

Two minutes later, Bukayo Saka tied the match for the English. He received the ball from Cedric and scored inside the small area.
Aubameyang had a chance to score in the 18th minute of the second half, but was out.

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Sarah Gracie

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