Arsenal could not decide the match with Liverpool 2-2 in the 30th round of the English Premier League (EPL) in the 2022-23 season held at Anfield in Liverpool, England at the dawn of the 10th.
Arsenal, who had been on a two-game winning streak, sprinted to first place with 73 points after drawing with Liverpool. It is six points behind second place Manchester City (67 points).
However, there is a lot of talk about Arsenal’s 2-0 lead at half time and a draw. It is said that we lost 2 points because we should have taken 3 points, but only scored 1 point.
If Arsenal had 3 points, the difference with Manchester City would be 8 points. Then Arsenal’s win this season was almost certain.
However, there are many saying that Arsenal’s victory is in the fog as the points are only 6 points away. Even Supercom predicts that Arsenal will win the title by just one point.
Regarding this, beauty broadcaster Laura Woods declared Arsenal’s victory. It is said that Arsenal, which has performed more impressively than any other season, will win the championship. 안전놀이터
According to the Mirror report, Laura Woods has made a terrifying promise this season that if Arsenal do not win the Premier League, he will “put the nail in the head”. Of course, I meant it in the sense that I was full of confidence. He also said that he would not agree with the statement that Arsenal’s failure to win the title is a failure.
Laura Woods is the host of ITV’s Premier League and hosts ‘Breakfast’ three times a week on the Talk Sports radio channel.
“I will be disappointed and disappointed again if Arsenal do not win,” Laura said on Tuesday’s local time broadcast. But Arsenal should have collapsed earlier this year, but they didn’t. It exceeded the expectations of many experts. Arsenal players have proven that,” he praised Arsenal’s season.
“I don’t like the dichotomy of whether Arsenal wins or not,” Laura said. Regardless of the outcome, Arsenal’s season will be remembered for a long time. It’s a great season for Arsenal.”
So Laura insisted that Arsenal were expected to win, and that even if they finished second, it would not be a ‘failure’.