Nov 25

Rewind: Arsenal 1-0 Dynamo Kyiv

Welcome to a brand new feature on Gooner Talk called ‘Rewind’.

Rewind will provide you with post-match highlights to every single Arsenal first team game giving you the opportunity to watch the goals you’ve missed, or want to see again.

So, sit back, relax and enjoy the mighty Arsenal on your computer screen.

Nicklas Bendtner’s late strike eased Arsenal’s troubles and sent them into the Champions League knockout phase.

Bendtner struck three minutes from time from new captain Cesc Fabregas’s pass.

Olexandr Aliyev was sent off seconds later as Dynamo Kiev protested that Fabregas had reacted to a drop ball before they were ready.

Ismael Bangoura hit the post for Dynamo in the first half and Manuel Almunia saved from Artem Milevskiy, but Arsenal were also wasteful in front of goal.

First Half Highlights: Click Here.

Bendtner Goal:

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8 Responses to “Rewind: Arsenal 1-0 Dynamo Kyiv”

  1. mark says:

    I have been an arsenal follower for fourty years. I watched this mornings game and felt like I was having a tooth pulled.There are some very well paid, very talented people at the arsenal who have to pull up their socks, roll up their sleeves,pull their heads in and get the job done. Hopefully we show a bit more direction against chelsea. Go the Gunners

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  2. utk says:

    i thought the team did ok solid in defense we have to understand that 11 players are out offense will be a little skewed

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  3. Interesting to see the Sun Sport article today about Gallas walking off alone after the game not celebrating the win with his teammates!

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  4. From Sun: ‘Despite Gallas declining to join the victory party, Wenger insisted: “I believe his focus was great and I was very happy with how the crowd responded to him.”’

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  5. Tristan says:

    God i Hate The Sun …. Seriously , its been anti Arsenal For as Long as I can Remember ….oh well who Cares aye …lol

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  6. alxluc says:

    gallas didnt have the greatest game is probably the reason he walked off.

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  7. chrissie greeno says:

    Willie may have been bowed and not upright when he was subbed but I’m sure that he wasn’t in an excited state at the time. He applauded the crowd however and he showed plenty of spunk out on the pitch !!

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  8. Gunner Jillu says:

    We had four central midfielders playing along midfield. Even then we had only Diaby and Nasri that could have played, and only Nasri could be considered really a wide player. Wenger better get plannng for January transfer window. A winger,centre half and an experienced central midfielder are essential. Chelsea going to beat us

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