Arsenal 3-1 Aston Villa: What Dean Smith Said Concerning Gunners Well Deserved Victory.

Aston Villa boss Dean Smith has spoken concerning the final outcome of his side and the gunners. The visiting Villa started the game slow with no enthusiasm and paid dearly for it.

The Gunners balls started finding Dean Smith side with Thomas Party netted the first goal 23 minutes in the game. Aubameyang made it two goals for Arsenal 6 minutes into the end of the first half of the game while midfielder Emile Smith completed the goals 3 for the Gunners.

Jacob Ramsey scored the consolation goal for the Villa team in a well deserved victory encounter against Arsenal. Speaking to Sky sports the disappointing Aston Villa Bo’ss said,

“It was a very poor first half. Not recognisable as a Villa team we have come to know. They deserved what they got. We got dominated physically. If we had got through the half at 1-0 I would have fancied us, but 2-0 was hard to get.

“We knew Arsenal would start strong. I’d love to say it was the system and personnel but we just didn’t play well. Didn’t win enough balls, weren’t good enough on the ball. I’ll accept the second half all day long but the first half was not good enough.”

On the Arsenal penalty: “It is a lower contact tackle. Grey areas, does he touch the ball first or his leg first? I thought they were the ones we were not going to VAR for. I am even wondering why he is allowed to put the rebound in.

“My understanding was he is walking off the pitch if he does not go to VAR, they can’t give me any clarity on that.

“I am concerned by the first-half performance today. You never like losing any game, we will put it right. We have players coming back and more options in a good squad.”

With this result Arsenal who have been unbeaten after seven games, drawing with Crystal Palace and Brighton moves up to 9th in the Premiership table while Aston Villa stands in

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