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Arsenal will be aiming to put the missed opportunities of the first leg behind them when they travel to Athens for their ‘home’ tie against Benfica in the last 32 of the Europa League.
The two sides played out a 1-1 stalemate in the first leg in Rome, with Bukayo Saka cancelling out Pizzi’s penalty in the second half.
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The Gunners had their moments but never really looked like troubling the runaway leaders, who opened the scoring inside the first 90 seconds through Raheem Sterling’s header and proceeded to shut up shop on Sunday afternoon at the Emirates, as Arsenal lost for the third time in four Premier League matches.
Despite a promising opening to 2021, Arteta’s men have now won just one of their last six matches in all competitions, although they could and probably should have taken a first-leg advantage home from Rome last week, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang once again guilty of leaving his shooting boots at home.
Arsenal’s perfect record in this season’s Europa League ended at the hands of a determined Benfica outfit, but the effervescent Saka at least managed to notch up a vital ‘away’ goal for his side after the tournament’s top scorer Pizzi broke the deadlock from 12 yards, and it will be interesting to see what approach Arteta takes for this match.
NAME: Arsenal – SL Benfica
DATE: 25 Feb 2021
TIME: 17:55 UTC
VENUE: Georgios Karaiskakis, Piraeus, Greece