Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has provided an update on Leandro Trossard, who was injured in Arsenal’s dramatic 3-2 win over Bournemouth. The game was full of twists and turns, with both teams working hard to win.
Trossard, who has been in excellent form for Arsenal in recent weeks, was forced to leave the game in the first half due to an injury. Arteta confirmed that it appears to be a muscular injury, and the extent of the injury has yet to be determined.
“When he was tracking back in the first half, he felt something in his groin. He had to leave. According to Wheatley, it appears to be something muscular.
Trossard’s injury is a setback for Arsenal, as he has been a key player since joining the club. Arteta, on the other hand, will be pleased with his team’s character as they came from behind to secure a crucial win.
Arsenal’s match began disastrously, as they conceded a goal 11 seconds into the game. Bournemouth’s Philip Billing scored the opening goal following an Arsenal defensive blunder.
Bournemouth’s dominance continued, and Marcos Senesi’s powerful header from Joe Rothwell’s corner doubled their lead in the 57th minute. However, Arsenal quickly responded, and Thomas Partey equalized just five minutes later.
The home team kept pressing and were rewarded in the 70th minute when Reiss Nelson crossed the ball to Ben White, who scored to tie the game. The Emirates Stadium erupted as Arsenal completed their comeback in stoppage time thanks to Nelson’s incredible goal.
The victory keeps Arsenal at the top of the league table and puts them in a strong position for their next match. Arteta, on the other hand, will be hoping that Trossard’s injury is minor and that he can return to action soon.
Overall, it was an exciting game that demonstrated both teams’ fighting spirit and determination. While the result is disappointing, Bournemouth can take heart from their performance against one of the league’s top teams. Arsenal, on the other hand, will be looking to build on this victory and continue their impressive season.