Taking advantage of Liverpool’s defensive mistakes, Arsenal continuously took the lead, then defended the 3-2 score.

Martinelli (No. 11, 21 years old) is the youngest Arsenal player to score and assist against Liverpool in the Premier League.

Since the beginning of the season, coach Jurgen Klopp has continuously defended Trent Alexander-Arnold, when he was criticized for his defensive ability.

In the first minute, he let Gabriel Martinelli sneak behind him to catch Martin Odegaard’s pass and score the opening goal.

It was Henderson and Alexander-Arnold who were at fault for the second goal at the end of the half.

In both goals in the first half, Arsenal showed the ability to effectively switch from defense to attack, which was considered Liverpool’s forte in previous seasons.

Arsenal regained the top of the table thanks to their victory over Liverpool

Nunez (right) was Liverpool’s bright spot in defeat.

After creating opportunities for his teammates as well as scoring himself, Liverpool’s rookie finally found the goal in the 34th minute. Gabriel’s mistake allowed Luis Diaz to escape and then cross in for Nunez to equalize the score.

Diaz, who created Nunez, left the field in the first half due to injury.

The match witnessed two controversial situations in the penalty area, and the team that benefited was Arsenal.

Arsenal regained the top of the table thanks to their victory over Liverpool

Saka (number 7) beat Alisson from 11 meters away.

Close victory, but worthy for Arsenal.

When they were tied 2-2, Arsenal remained steadfast and did not flinch but attacked relentlessly to restore the lead.