[VIDEO GOALS] Arsenal 6-5 Legia Warsaw

By on August 8, 2010

Written by Fab4.

Arsenal beat Legia Warsaw 6-5 in their final pre-season friendly yesterday. As the scoreline suggests, it was a hugely entertaining game and it looked like Arsenal were on course for their first defeat of pre-season when they went 3-0 down after just 36 minutes. However, Chamakh pulled one back  before half-time to give the Gunners hope.

Arsenal were a different animal during the second half and an Emmanuel Eboue double pulled them level before a fine strike from Gibbs gave the Reds the lead for the first time in the match. Warsaw drew level once-more before substitute Jay Emmanuel-Thomas put Arsenal back in front, Nasri scored from a free-kick to make it 6-4 before poor defending from Arsenal let Legia score a fifth in injury-time.

Watch all the action below.



  1. Paul Bessitch

    August 8, 2010 at 2:08 pm

    Gooners, I had asserted in the past and I shall say again, until our transfer policies changes. Gooners, we ought to have the courage to say that, the title is gone. Let be honest to each other, we CANNOT WIN A TITLE with gaolkeepers like Almunia and Fabianski at all. 11 gaols in one game, Fabianski was a disgrace, what Arsene Wenger is waiting for, before buying a goalkeeper. I would not subcribe to Sky Sports this season unless, something is done about our goalkeepers & another defender in transfer market. I am absolutely fuming. I am sorry guys, I DO

  2. RealTalkFootball

    August 8, 2010 at 5:04 pm

    Arsenal are a joke. I feel they may finish outside of the top four unless they strengthen defensively, Wenger must sort it out.

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