Champions League: Dortmund 0-1 Arsenal – Gallant Gunners Bag Massive Win At Westfalenstadion (Photos & Highlights)

Alan Duffy

6th, November 2013


By Alan Duffy

Borussia Dortmund 0-1 Arsenal – Champions League – 6th November 2013

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While many TV pundits still remain unconvinced by Arsenal’s chances of silverware this season, the Gunners just keep on winning. Coming on the back of a fine 2-0 win against Liverpool at the weekend, Arsene Wenger’s men produced a magnificent defensive display to beat the mighty Borussia Dortmund on their own patch.

The home side dominated possession for long periods of the game, but the Gunners were disciplined and focused, with Wojciech Szczesny outstanding in goal and Per Mertesacker a gangly rock at the heart of the Premier League side’s defence.

On the hour-mark, the Gunners then bagged a superb smash-and-grab goal, with Aaron Ramsey yet again popping up to score, this time heading home after a Mesut Ozil centre. The Welshman almost made it two soon after before the visitors closed out the game with some superb defending.

Arsenal now top Group F, ahead of Napoli on goal difference, as their season goes from strength to strength.


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Highlights (just the goal for now)…

Photos: PA

Highlights: FootyTube

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  1. will says:

    Arsenal are better thought of in Europe

  2. rectum juice says:

    God I hate reading Alan’s stories on anything Arsenal – they just remind me of my incredibly annoying friend who claim Arsenal are the absolute tits even when they get dominated for the entire match.

    • pain in the rectum says:

      God I hate tits who can’t give credit where it is due…arsenal beat one of the most dominant teams in world football and kept a clean sheet. If it makes you feel good, keep on hating. While you’re at it rectum, go and get a battery acid enema to wash away all the diarrhea.

  3. Jarren says:

    The Napoli game will be a decider, but given the strength of Dortmund Arsenal can’t afford to slip up against Marseille.

    It’s a very tasty group.

  4. Duke Dudesup IV says:

    “a magnificent defensive display”

    Well that’s one way to say they only managed to get one real chance on goal and were absolutely invisible throughout the game.

  5. Alan Duffy says:

    @Duke – No ” magnificent defensive display” is one way to say that Arsenal kept a clean sheet sway to one of the best teams in Europe.

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