Pierre Emerick Aubameyang ended his five match goal drought in the league with a goal that handed Arsenal their first Old Trafford win sin...
|Pierre Emerick Aubameyang ended his five match goal drought in the league with a goal that handed Arsenal their first Old Trafford win since 2006 (Photo credit: Getty Images)|
Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal ended a 14 year wait for an Arsenal win at Old Trafford on Sunday following a penalty by Pierre Emerick Aubameyang.
United have failed to win any of the first four matches at Old Trafford in the league as manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer lost his 100th game in charge at the club.
Arsenal also ended their five-year wait for a Premier League away win against "Big Six" opposition. They had not enjoyed such a win in 29 games since their victory at the Etihad against Manchester City in January 2015.
After 69 minutes, Pogba didn't track Bellerin's run and brought down the defender in the box. Arsenal were awarded the penalty and Aubameyang sent David De Gea the wrong way.
Solskjaer was disappointed with his team's display after the excellent 5-0 win over RB Leipzig in the Champions League and did not spare Pogba from the criticism.
Arsenal’s next game is at the Emirates against Aston Villa, a team that needs to win to restore confidence after yet another loss to Southampton