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Gunners record comfortable win at the Tigers 0

Posted on September 17, 2016 by David Nugent

Arsenal recorded a comfortable 4-1 win at Hull City on Saturday afternoon after Alexis Sanchez grabbed a brace and Theo Walcott and Granit Xhaka also got on the scoresheet.

Arsenal had the first attempt of the game on four minutes, as winger, Alex Iwobi on the left saw an effort on goal blocked.

The Gunners posed a threat to the Hull defence on 13 minutes. Mesut Ozil found Theo Walcott on the right and the winger found Alexis Sanchez nearly the penalty spot, only for the Chilean to fire over the bar.

FA Cup replay really not what Arsenal needed 0

Posted on February 21, 2016 by David Nugent

Arsenal’s goalless draw against Hull City in the fifth round of the FA Cup on Saturday means that the Gunners now have an extra game on their calendar that they could have well done without.

Arsene Wenger rotated his squad and gave opportunities to some of his lesser used players. The side from north London probably would have won but for a brilliant display of goalkeeping from the Tigers Swiss ‘keeper Eldin Jakupovic, and of course some poor finishing.

Champions League to come

Hull holds Arsenal to a draw in the FA Cup 0

Posted on February 20, 2016 by David Nugent

Championship leaders Hull City recorded a goalless draw at Arsenal in the FA Cup fifth round on Saturday, courtesy of a solid defensive display and a fantastic performance from ‘keeper Eldin Jakupovic.

The Tigers had the first shot on goal as youngster Josh Tymon produced a good run and fired into the side-netting. The Gunners had a chance on eight minutes, as Mohamed Elneny hit an effort from the edge of the box which appeared to hit Alex Bruce on the arm, but the officials waved away penalty claims.

Is the current Arsenal squad good enough to challenge for the title? 2

Posted on October 20, 2014 by David Nugent

Arsenal’s 2-2 home draw with Hull on Saturday proved the Gunners will probably not be title challengers this season. Excuses will be made about the number of injuries Wenger’s team faced, but the team that started the game should have been good enough to beat Hull.


First of all, credit to Hull for their performance. The Tigers rode their luck at times and both their keepers Steve Harper and Eldin Jakupovic had to make saves to deny the Gunners. Steve Bruce’s side nearly produced the perfect away performance, only for Danny Welbeck to equalise in stoppage-time.


Arsenal held at home against Hull City 1

Posted on October 18, 2014 by David Nugent

Arsenal needed a stoppage-time Danny Welbeck goal to rescue a 2-2 draw against Hull City at the Emirates Stadium.

The Gunners had the first effort on goal on four minutes. Alexis Sanchez found Jack Wilshere who headed wide of goal. Two minutes later the visitors had their first attempt on goal, as Wojciech Szczesny saved an effort Michael Dawson who was unmarked.

The home side came straight back at Hull, as Danny Welbeck broke clear of James Chester, but shot straight at Steve Harper in the Tigers goal. On eight minutes Harper was again in action, as he collected a powerful cross from Oxlade-Chamberlain.

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