[Video Highlights] Kitchee FC 2-2 Arsenal: Walcott & Eisfeld On Target For Gunners

By on July 29, 2012

Arsenal ended their pre-season tour of Asia with a 2-2 draw with Hong Kong champions Kitchee FC on Sunday morning.

The hosts went ahead when ) Yago Gonzalez put them ahead with a neat finish before Theo Walcott made it 1-1 shortly after. Kitchee continued to look dangerous and regained their lead before half time when full back Dani Cancela was on hand to fire home at the second attempt. However, German sub Thomas Eisfeld grabbed his second goal of the tour after some great work by the impressive Gervinho.

Watch all the goals here:

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  1. RASTA

    July 29, 2012 at 12:31 pm

    gibbs has been awful defensively all tour

  2. jimmy

    July 29, 2012 at 1:12 pm

    chamberlain needs to work on his defence! that frst goal just let the guy run past, just stands there. at least put preasure on the player and make his life difficult. still pre season but its defending like that from our players last season that cost us! bould sort them out!!

  3. TrueGooner

    July 29, 2012 at 1:18 pm

    And that is the defense Bould is supposed to be working on? These people still don’t know how to defend. I don’t want to hear it was not the first team defense. First team or not they should know how to mark their man and put pressure instead of standing around. Wenger better buy some defensive cover

  4. Laide Aderoju

    July 29, 2012 at 2:19 pm

    A defensive midfielder like Gibelto Silver or Flamini that will give the defense line a cover is needed likewise a left full back. We should go for M’Villa or Paulino and Arsenal should go for dat Egyptian guy, Milo(Islamic Ramadan)cuz he is a combination of Evra and Ashley Cole.

  5. Asif

    July 29, 2012 at 2:49 pm

    Id revert Miquel to left back he played great there last season and I dont think is cut out for a centre back. We could do with a few defenders forget being linke to all these attackers and midfielders look how many goals we conceded last year

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