Own goal is Arsenal's latest win

Alexandre Lacazette accidentally touched his own net by Sa sparking wild celebrations inside the Emirates stadium

Arsenal's win this time sits fifth and just one point behind fourth-placed Manchester United, while Wolves, who hope to continue their champions league ambitions, sit seventh.

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta with the current goal of guiding his team back into Europe's elite club competition for the first time in five years.

Willing to fight at the end of May at that place, after defeats in the first three games the Arsenal team must avoid relegation.

Then we take it game by game and don't forget the goals with the team. You just have to be consistent with your vision and the way you prepare yourself and believe that the results will come

Wolves who showed missed opportunities, who in the end got complaints for the way they lost

Arsenal had more possession of the ball and fired more than four times in the match. And Lage 's side had to hold the ball long enough to relieve the pressure after they drank .

And the efforts made by Romain, Conor, and Ruben Neves when making clearence did not produce at least one point.

Wolves Sa keeper was rarely tested until he saved Lacazette's effort in the 72nd minute from close range, but from there the visitors' goal was under increased threat.

Pepe's equalizer came at the end of a run down the right, with the Ivory Coast winger expertly setting the ball past Sa and Gunners midfielder Martin Odegaard hitting the bar before they found a late winner.

Lorenzo Musetti defeated by Novak Djokovic in the Dubai Tennis Championships

Winning the Dubai Tennis Championships in his first match was the best experience Novak Djokovic had after his vaccinations and visa saga in preparation for the Australian Open.

When he was deported from Australia on January 16 last, it became the talk of the world news. But now he's back with a win over Lorenzo Musetti
and it becomes a pleasant experience.

Thanking the crowd at his first game of 2022 "I couldn't have chosen a better place to start the season - it was the best experience tonight.

"Overall, it was a straight-sets win so of course I have to be content, especially after not playing for two and a half, almost three months."

Novak Djokovic saved seven break points against world number 58 Musetti
and will face either Russia's Karen Khachanov or Australia's Alex de Minaur in the second round.

Novak Djokovic also said I am very grateful and very happy

Cameron Norrie beats Reilly Opelka in the final

It was the 26-year-old's top seed, having lifted trophies at Indian Wells and Los Cabos in 2021.

Norrie failed to pick up any of her five break points but won both sets of tough matches in a tie-break with Opelka based at Delray Beach in Florida.

He is the first left hander to win the tournament since 2004.

"I really enjoyed my time on the court at Delray this week," said Norrie after winning in one hour 51 minutes.

"You move great. You play great," he told the world number 20 Opelka. "I'm sure you'll be in the top 10 soon."

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India beat West Indies in 3rd T20I

The Indian runner fired in unison after fifty-man Suryakumar Yadav as the hosts snatched a 17-game winning streak over West Indies in the third and final T20I in Kolkata on Sunday.

After Deepak Chahar limped off the pitch after failing to complete the third over due to a hamstring injury, Harshal Patel, Venkatesh Iyer and Shardul Thakur did their job impressively to defend 184/5 India.

For Rohit, this is his third straight sweep as a full-time captain, having previously beaten New Zealand (0-3) in T20Is and West Indies (0-3) in ODIs. The win also equaled their record of nine straight wins in 2020.

For the West Indies, it was their third consecutive bilateral draw away from home -- 0-2 to New Zealand in 2020-21 and 0-3 to Pakistan 2021-22 -- as they ended India's forgotten run by losing six games. on running (including three on the ODI leg).

Although tough blazer Avesh Khan (4-0-42-0) struggled with his line, Chahar made an early breakthrough for India early by removing both openers - Kayle Mayers (6) and Shai Hope (8) - in space 11 delivery in the powerplay. .

Chahar swung the ball in both directions and also cleverly changed his pace to round the Windies opener and provide the first breakthrough on the fifth after India reviewed it successfully to sack Mayers.

In the next over, he took Hope's outer edge with a peach from the outswinger and looked burned before he picked up the injury and limped off the field without completing his over.

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Manchester maintain their grip on top four spot in Premier League

In the first game in front of the fans between the two old rivals at Elland Road since October 2003, they produced a spectacle fit to play in a flood and atmosphere that was expected to be thunderous.

What a resurgence
level with two goals in one minute, Rodrigo's cross in the 53rd minute drifted behind goalkeeper David de Gea. And the substitute sent Elland Road into joy when he sent in a cross from Daniel James

Eagles came back to seal Manchester United's win with a quiet finish two minutes from time from Fernandes' pass.

Manchester United took a tough road to a phase win - possession in the first half, quick shock then recovery to finally seal the win

Leeds showed their defensive weakness in the first half when Diego Llorente failed miserably to mark Maguire in a corner, a situation not helped by goalkeeper Meslier's hokey-cokey 'in-out' which left him in no man's land.

They were hit again when Victor Lindelof stepped out of defense to feed Sancho for a perfect cross over Fernandes' head to send a cloud of gloom over Elland Road, to accompany those who continued to pour down rain on the left field which brought water to the surface.


Liverpool a commanding lead ahead of the last-16 second leg

Liverpool put one foot in the Champions League quarter-finals on Wednesday with a 2-0 win at Inter Milan which came after a hard-fought encounter at a bubbling San Siro. Goals from Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah in the last quarter of an hour gave Liverpool a commanding lead ahead of the last-16 second leg at Anfield in three weeks' time.

The result was harsh on Italian champions Inter, who dominated the contest in front of a passionate home crowd for long periods after the break and struck the woodwork through Hakan Calhanoglu in the 16th minute.

However they could not find their way past a Liverpool backline impeccably marshalled by Virgil van Dijk and were punished late on by a Reds team who have now won their last seven matches in all competitions.

"Tough place to come, a very good team, difficult to break down and I really enjoyed the atmosphere and the crowd. A good result to take back to Anfield," Van Dijk said to BT Sport.

"Everyone expects to be under pressure, it is the Champions League. The message before was you need to be ready to suffer and do the hard work. It is a very good performance, clean sheet and happy days."

The last eight now looks a step too far for Inter after making the last 16 of the Champions League for the first time in a decade, leaving Juventus as Italy's only real hope of success in the competition.

"I think it was a good match and we should be proud of the way we played against one of the best teams in the world. For 65-70 minutes we deserved to win," Inter coach Simone Inzaghi told reporters after the match.

Liverpool strike late

Inzaghi's side started with all the enthusiasm expected of a team back in the knockouts after such a long time away and Lautaro Martinez got the crowd on their feet in the fifth minute with a long-range effort which flew just wide.

Liverpool responded almost immediately and established territorial dominance, with a Salah shot well blocked and Thiago Alcantara shooting over from the edge of the box.

However it was Inter who had the best chance of the half through Calhanoglu, who after being fed by the rampaging Ivan Perisic let off a shot from a tight angle which beat Alisson but smashed out off the crossbar.

They were unlucky again 10 minutes later when, after being sent charging down the right flank, Denzel Dumfries flashed over a low cross which was cut out just as it looked destined to find the feet of an unmarked Edin Dzeko.

Inter came out with the bit between their teeth after the interval and swarmed over a clearly flustered Liverpool but again could not get past Van Dijk and company, who kept getting a foot or head in just as danger seemed imminent.

Perisic hung over a beautiful cross in the 52nd minute which Martinez could not quite get to, and a similar pattern was repeated several times with Liverpool rebuffing an increasingly frustrated Inter team unable to convert its supremacy into goals.

The away side punished them with their first proper chance of the second half, Firmino beating Alessandro Bastoni to Andy Robertson's 75th-minute corner and guiding his header past Samir Handanovic.

Perisic flashed a distance effort just over but then Salah gave Liverpool a huge advantage eight minutes after Firmino's opener with a fortunate strike which squirmed home and gave the Egyptian an incredible eighth goal in seven Champions League games this season.

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With the San Siro atmosphere thoroughly deflated, Liverpool then calmly saw out the remainder of the match to almost guarantee themselves a place in next month's draw for the last eight.

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