Aston Villa vs Arsenal – LIVE Premier League Football Final Match Reddit Soccer Score Today February 06-02-2021
Aston Villa vs Arsenal live score: Match details
Match: Aston Villa vs Arsenal
Competition: Premier League
Date: February 6, 2021
Kick-off time: 12:30 pm, February 6, 2021 (UK time)
Stadium: Villa Park
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NAME: Aston Villa – Arsenal
DATE: 6 Feb 2021
TIME: 12:30 UTC
VENUE: Villa Park, Birmingham, England
Aston Villa vs Arsenal live score: Match preview
On Tuesday night, Arsenal were beaten for the first time in the Premier League since before Christmas.
The Gunners were in total control at Molineux and led through Nicolas Pépé.
This was until, in the fourth minute of first half stoppage time, David Luiz was sent off for a last man challenge on Willian José.
Neves dispatched the resulting penalty.
Then, just two minutes into the second half, Moutinho’s 35 yard thunderbolt put Wolverhampton Wanderers in front.
Arsenal were then reduced to nine men for the first time in five years when the usually ever reliable Bernd Leno was sent off for punching the ball out of the area.
The nine men were beaten 2-1 in the Black Country.