Bukayo Saka featured for the Gunners in their defeat against Aston Villa at Villa Park on Tuesday.
The youngster and his Arsenal’s teammates came into the game on the back of their back to back win over Liverpool and Manchester City in the premier league and FA Cup respectively, but they left Villa Park empty-handed.
The game didn’t witness many changes, as the Gunners failed to hit a shot on target throughout the game, despite facing Villa who has conceded the most shot on target in since 2019.
Egyptian forward Trezeguet beat Emiliano Martinez with a powerful first-time finish after Tyrone Mings had diverted a corner into the Egypt international’s path to lift Villa out of the bottom three for the first time since 28 February.
Saka was substituted in the 69th for Tierney but was unable to break down The Midlanders who secured their second three points in three games sets up a dramatic final day at the bottom of the table on Sunday.
The result means Arsenal dropped to 10th and won’t finish in the top six for the first time in 25 years.
It’s also their 10th league defeat and fourth away defeat since the league returned back in June.
Arsenal’s only hope of playing European football next season rest on the outcome of their FA Cup final clash against Chelsea.
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