Game Postponed, Arsenal Achieved Prime Victory in the Europa League

Alexis Sanchez action when scored against FC Koeln goal in
 the Europa League on Thursday (14/09/2017). (Arsenal @Arsenal Arsenal)
The match between Arsenal against FC Koeln was postponed due to rumors of unrest outside the stadium. Fortunately for the Gunners, they can still win 3-1.

Arsenal actually scheduled against FC Koeln in Europa League match at Emirates Stadium on Friday (15/09/2017) at 02:05 pm.

However, due to the riot, kick-off action should be postponed for one hour to 03:05 pm.

The match ended with a score of 3-1 for Arsenal's victory.

At the start of the first half, FC Koeln opened the scoring through Jhon Cordoba's goal in the ninth minute.

Error Arsenal goalkeeper, David Ospina, who left the nest too far can be maximized well by Jhon Cordoba through long-distance shots.

Score 1-0 to the visitors' advantage lasted until the first half ended.

Left behind in the first round to make Arsenal kicked off immediately.

Sead Kolasinac who just entered in the second half to replace Rob Holding immediately scored in the 49th minute.


Alexis Sanchez then reversed the advantage for Arsenal in the 67th minute.

After receiving feedback Alex Iwobi, Alexis dribbled outside the penalty box FC Koeln.

The Chilean then released a curling kick that Koeln's keeper Timo Horn could not anticipate.

Not stop there, Arsenal add goals through Hector Bellerin.

Hector Bellerin successfully utilize the ball gag that had blocked the Horn in front of goal in the 81st minute.

The 3-1 score for Arsenal lasted until referee Javier Estrada blew the whistle marking the end of the game.
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