Arsenal draws good line, Bosz wins with Lyon, Club Brugge spills again

Arsenal is off to a good start on the new season in the Premier League.
Crystal Palace – Arsenal 0-2Arsenal was already on track during preparation with victories over Chelsea (4-0) and Seville (6-0), among others. That line continued during the Premier League start against Crystal Palace on Friday. With acquisitions Oleksandr Zinchenko and Gabriel Jesus in the base, The Gunners got ahead after twenty minutes. After a corner kick and a header by Zinchenko, Gabriel Martinelli managed to nod a hit.
Arsenal was the parent party, especially before the break. In the second half, the home team also showed itself a few times, but five minutes before time, the decision was made. A cross by Saka disappeared into the goal via Palace player Guehi. The we are at the top was then deployed by the Arsenal fans.

Arsenal iskee ensimmäisen tähän kauteen! ☝️ Gabriel Martinelli saa kunnian olla Valioliigan kauden 22/23 ensimmäisen maalin viimeistelijä. #Valioliiga
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Club Brugge – Zulte Waregem 1-1Club Brugge has already run into points loss in the Jupiler Pro League for the second time this early season. Against Zulte Waregem, Bjorn Meijer started in the base, while Ruud Vormer and Noa Lang take a seat on the bench. The latter did so at his own request because of a possible transfer. However, his input was missed. The Belgian champion couldnt break pots before rest. Ferran Jutglà did get a chance, but on the other hand, Simon Mignolet had to avoid a goal twice.
In the second half, Andreas Skov Olsen struck Olsen in the rebound for Club Brugge, which, however, failed to distance himself. Twenty minutes before time, the equaliser then fell via Oleksandr Drambaev. Among other things, Lang was still in, but Club Brugge was no longer able to win a victory from the fire.
Olympique Lyon – Ajaccio 2-1Peter Bosz has started the Ligue 1 season with Olympique Lyon with a victory. With Nicolás Tagliafico and Alexandre Lacazette among others in the base, the start of Les Gones was promising. Tetê opened the score on Lacazette
s instructions and the experienced attacker then used a penalty himself: 2-0.
After half an hour, however, the tension was all the way back in the game. Goalkeeper Anthony Lopes got a red card for dangerous hatching and Thomas Mangani used the penalty kick. For a long time, Ajaccio could not enjoy the numerical advantage: in the injury time of the first half, Romain Hamouma got his second yellow card when tempers ran equally high.
Lyon and Ajaccio were matched after the break, but Bosz was able to breathe a sigh of relief.

Ai!! Away roses… penalty used by Ajaccio and Lyon keeper Lopes with red off 🟥 El Idrissy completely knocked out, but luckily he gets back up 😮‍💨 31 2-1 Mangani #ZiggoSport #Ligue1 #OLACA
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