Arsenal 3-2 Manchester United LIVE! Nketiah goal – Premier League match stream, latest score, updates today


The Gunners will take a giant step towards winning their first Premier League title in almost two decades today if they can beat Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium. With Manchester City beating Wolves earlier in the day, Arsenal know exactly the size of their lead – with two games in hand – ahead of kick-off.

There is a slightly vintage feeling to this clash as United look to make a title challenge of their own, from eight points back having played a game more. For years, the duels of Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson were pivotal in deciding the destination of the trophy.

Erik ten Hag‘s side are on a 10-game unbeaten run and are, so far, the only team to beat Arsenal in the league this season. Mikel Arteta‘s hosts have won four of their last five. Follow Arsenal vs Manchester United LIVE via Standard Sport’s match blog, with Simon Collings and Malik Ouzia in north London to provide expert analysis.

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Simon Collings at the Emirates Stadium

Zinchenko turned to the fans after that goal was given and just screamed with joy. The Emirates is rocking.


GOAL! Arsenal 3-2 Manchester United | Eddie Nketiah ’90

90 min: Odegaard finds Nketiah in the box with a deft touch for the Arsenal striker to score in the last minute!



84 mins: MASSIVE save from De Gea to deny Nketiah!

All Arsenal at the moment.


Irresistible Arsenal

80 mins: Absolutely stunning spell of football from Arsenal, who are camped in United’s penalty box.


Wan-Bissaka’s rise continues

79 mins: Stunning scoop tackle to deny Nketiah.


United dangerous on the break

76 mins: Rashford almost in! Arsenal dominating the ball but almost caught out, though Ramsdale manages to get there first.


Tempo has not stopped all game

74 mins: An absolutely frantic game this.

There will surely have to be a winner.



69 mins: Saka skips inside Eriksen again but his shot drifts only slightly wide.


Simon Collings at the Emirates Stadium

Intriguing to see if Arteta goes to his bench in these final 20 minutes. He’s got the players to change it in Smith Rowe and Trossard, but this game feels so in the balance. One wrong move could swing it either way.


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