Freddie Ljungberg earns a point against Norwich City in his first game for Arsenal with 2-2 draw on Sunday. Thanks to the brace from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to get the point.
On his first trial, Aubameyang restores the caretaker’s effort with his double goals for his club at Carrow road.
The gunner’s striker equalizes Teemu Pukki’s first goal with a retaken penalty. Norwich goalkeeper Tim Krul denied the first penalty by the former Borussia Dortmund forward. But VAR orders a retake due to an intrusion in the penalty box, that later earn the Gunners a goal.
Following that, Todd Cantwell scores a second goal for Norwich that got a reverse by another Aubameyang’s equalizer.
However, it would have been a terrible start for the interim, if the Gabonian did not score the second goal. Also, Krul saves the first penalty before VAR asks for a retake.
Ljungberg replacing Unai Emery, after his dismissal from Arsenal on Friday will have to work hard. Gunner’s game with Norwich on Sunday needs improvement as they struggle for balances.
Well, the match is not encouraging but is still a good start for a temporary manager. Also, he should improve to earn good points and win the coming games.
The interim coach is seen as a better choice since he got a draw point in his first match in charge. He needs more chances to increase his actions.