Arsenal vs Fulham LIVE: Latest Premier League results and goal updates as Leno Saka contests close range

‘Such a privilege’ – Arteta celebrates his 100th game as Arsenal manager

Arsenal are looking to continue their winning streak when they take on Fulham in their Premier League opener late on Saturday. The Gunners are the only team in the league to boast a 100 per cent winning record, having beaten Crystal Palace, Leicester and Bournemouth. They’re sitting at the top of the table – ahead of the 3pm kick-off – and looking incredibly good this year.

Gabriel Jesus was instrumental in their quick start and the confidence that Mikel Arteta’s side have played with runs through the team. The Brazilian scored twice on his home debut against Leicester and will try again against the newly promoted side.

Fulham, for their part, have had a good start in life back in the Premier League. After draws against Liverpool and Wolves, Marco Silva’s side clinched their first win against Brentford with a last-minute winner from Aleksandr Mitrovic last weekend, although they suffered a setback midweek when they were knocked out of League Two by Crawley from the Carabao Cup were eliminated.

Follow all the action from the Emirates Stadium when Arsenal host Fulham in the Premier League:


Liverpool on cloud nine with record-breaking batter against Bournemouth

Stop Mohamed Salah and you stop Liverpool? Not exactly.

Bournemouth left Anfield after preventing the Egyptian from scoring or scoring. Their problem was that they also left with a record lead.

Liverpool achieved the greatest Premier League win of all time, scored twice by Manchester United and once by Leicester, and their own greatest league win, the famous 9-0 against Crystal Palace and a 10-1 demolition of Rotherham Town in 1896 .

If it was an oddity that Jurgen Klopp’s side scored nine goals without their main scorer finding the net in the 21st century, the suspended Darwin Nunez had other reasons to regret his absence.

Even when Salah missed, others benefited from Bournemouth’s abject lack of luck. They took the opportunity to let off steam.


HT Arsenal 0-0 Fulham

Despite Arsenal’s best efforts, there is nothing at half-time to separate the two teams. It’s been a frustrating 45 minutes for the Gunners, who created eight chances but only managed one on target.

(Action pics via Reuters)




Halftime: Arsenal 0-0 Fulham

45+1 mins: Late Arsenal pressure sees Fulham hold on but they make it into the break with all the points.

It was a pretty one-sided game but Arsenal couldn’t beat the visitors.


Arsenal 0-0 Fulham

44 mins: Gabriel Jesus and Palhinha get caught up in a bit of Barney after the Fulham midfielder put too much on Bukayo Saka during a tackle.

The Brazilian striker is unsatisfied and takes on his opponent, with both players eventually receiving yellow cards.


Arsenal 0-0 Fulham

41 mins: Palhinha forces Odegaard off the ball and tries to launch Fulham into a counterattack. He switches down the pitch before shoving one inside to Pereira.

Arsenal are coming back quickly and Fulham are in trouble.


Arsenal 0-0 Fulham

38 mins: Fulham switches play to the left side of the field where Neekens Kebano puts the ball on track and drives past Ben White. Then he plays the ball inside to Andreas Pereira, who whips a first shot over to the far post and smokes it over the bar!


Arsenal 0-0 Fulham

35 minutes: Save! Xhaka is botched by the ball in the middle of the field, but Martinelli is close behind to collect the ball and thread it through the lines for Bukayo Saka.

Saka comes in behind Robinson, controls the ball and slides it to his left foot before letting go.

Bernd Leno – the former Arsenal no. 1 – stands sharply off the line and uses his body to parry a great save to deny his former club the lead!


Arsenal 0-0 Fulham

32 minutes: Jesus is knocked over by Tosin just before the penalty area to the left of the penalty area. Gabriel Martinelli stands over the free kick and whips his shot well over the bar.

That wasn’t a good try.


Arsenal 0-0 Fulham

30 minutes: Opportunity! Gabriel Martinelli controls the ball and flicks it over the top while Gabriel Jesus flies through the lines.

He gets it under control, takes a touch inside the box and tries to shoot when Tim Ream arrives and slides in the ball to smash it for a corner kick.

The corner goes nowhere for Arsenal.


Arsenal 0-0 Fulham

27 mins: Jesus hisses a ball across the box to Saka, who wins it in the air in front of Antonee Robinson, but there’s nobody in the box for his nod.

Fulham make it clear but Arsenal recover the ball and sweep the pitch back up. Arsenal vs Fulham LIVE: Latest Premier League results and goal updates as Leno Saka contests close range

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