Arsenal win 3-1 at Hull Cage

Arsenal win 3-1 at Hull Cage

Hull – Arsenal continue to maintain hope for two major league finish this season, after the Gunners won 3-1 at Hull City headquarters.

At week-25 match held at the KC Stadium on Tuesday (05/05/2015) pm dawn, Arsenal scored all three of his goal in the first half through two goals from Alexis Sanchez, who punctuated the goal by Aaron Ramsey. Hull can only minimize the scoring in the second half through Stephen Quinn.

An additional three points to make Arsenal remain in third position with 70 points from 34 matches, five points ahead of Manchester United in the fourth position. Although both points with Manchester City in second place, Arsenal lost productivity goals.

While the Tigers, the nickname Hull, getting close to the relegation zone because there is in 17th position with 34 points, just one point ahead of Sunderland in 18th position.

The game

Arsenal direct hit since the early minutes, but they were difficult to penetrate the defense of Hull. The first chance was acquired in the 14th minute through Sanchez.

Being outside the penalty box, Sanchez fired hard that forces the body to loosen Steve Harper dismissed. The ball rebounded almost dispossessed Olivier Giroud before being discarded by Michael Dawson.

While Hull’s defense had trouble passing duo Arsenal attacker, Aluko and N’Doye.

Finally broke the deadlock in the 28th minute when a free kick Sanchez in front of the penalty box hit one of the players turned toward Hull and so deceive Harper, Arsenal lead 1-0.

Five minutes later Arsenal doubled the lead through Ramsey. Santi Cazorla’s long pass was well received by Ramsey that rotate and promptly kicked the ball, which had the legs to conquer Harper Hull player.

Arsenal closed the first half with a 3-0 advantage through Sanchez’s second goal in the 46th minute. Getting feedback breakthrough Ramsey, Sanchez easily pass Harper before sending the ball into the empty net.

In the second half exactly in the 56th minute crossing El Mohamady from the right side to see Quinn in the penalty box. After separated from the convoy two Arsenal defenders, Quinn easy ball to goalkeeper David Ospina to cut the lag so 1-3.

McShane hour walk game ball crossing El Mohamady but still hovers over the bar.

In the 76th minute Arsenal cooperation between several players capable of splitting the Hull defense. But poor finishing from Cazorla makes it failed to attack because the ball can be caught Harper shot.

In the 84th minute Arsenal can make a goal chance again. Héctor Bellerín begins movement on the right side that ended with a hard kick but could be pushed over by Harper.

Throw the ball struck Jack Wilshere but still the entity Hull players before Sanchez completed with a kick from a narrow angle, which is still targeting the Hull goal.

Until the game ended the score remained 3-1 to Arsenal excellence.

Team Line-up

Hull: Harper; Chester, Dawson, McShane; El Mohamady, Livermore (Meyler 46 ‘), Huddlestone, Quinn, Brady; N’Doye, Aluko (Robertson 65 ‘).

Arsenal: Ospina; Bellerin, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal; Cazorla, Coquelin; Ramsey (Wilshere 68 ‘), Ozil, Sanchez, Giroud (Walcott 86’).