Arsenal Play Draw Against Crvena Zvezda in London

Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud (second from right) failed to capitalize on a goal-scoring opportunity against Crvena Zvezda
in the Europa League game at the Emirates Stadium on Thursday (2/11/2017). (AFP / Ben Stansall)
Arsenal play 0-0 against Crvena Zvezda on the fourth matchday of Group H Europa League which took place at Emirates Stadium, London, Thursday (2/11/2017) local time.

That result makes Arsenal failed to achieve perfect points from four games so far. The Gunners have only 10 points from three wins and one draw.

Previously, Arsenal always won three victories at the event. However, Arsenal still lead the standings of Group H with Raihan 10 points from four games.

Facing Crvena Zvezda, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger downgraded the majority of coating players. However, the players of the Gunners can actually master the game.

UEFA statistics record, Arsenal dominate the game with 62 percent mastery of the ball. Arsenal's successful bait was 88 percent or better than Crvena Zvezda which produced 81 percent.

In terms of threats, Arsenal release 12 shots that two of them on target. As for Crvena Zvezda able to create three opportunities to the Arsenal goal of a total of six businesses.

This draw is enough to bring Arsenal to qualify for the round of 32. Theo Walcott and his minimal friends will occupy the top two positions in Group H.

In the fifth game Europa League, Arsenal will face FC Koln at Rhein Energie Stadium, Thursday (23/11/2017). As for Crvena Zvezda met BATE Borisov who are currently both collect five points as well as Crvena Zvezda.

Composition of players

Arsenal: 54-Matt Macey; 2-Mathieu Debuchy, 35-Mohamed Elneny, 16-Rob Holding; 61-Reiss Nelson, 34-Francis Coquelin, 69-Joseph Willock (62-Edward Nketiah 68), 30-Ashley Maitland-Niles; 14-Theo Walcott, 10-Jack Wilshere; 12-Olivier Giroud

Coach: Arsene Wenger

Crvena Zvevda: 82-Milan Borjan; 30-Filip Stojkovic, 90-Vujadin Savic, 4-Damien Le Tallec, 77-Marko Gobeljic; 20-Mitchell Donald, 7-Nenad Krsticic; 55-Slavoljub Srnic (6-Uro Racic 86), 8-Guelor Kanga (16-Nemanja Milic 70), 49-Nemanja Radonjic (45-Alesandar Pesic 89); 14-Richmond Boakye

Coach: Vladan Milojevic

Referee: Luca Banti (Italy)
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