Ajax 2-3 Arsenal: Video Highlights Amsterdam Tournament

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Ajax 2-3 Arsenal (2-0 H/T)

Click below to watch the goals:

Luis Suarez 34′
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar 36′
Emmanuel Adebayor 66′
Nicklas Bendtner 73′
Emmanuel Adebayor 83′

Arsenal Line-up

Almunia

Sagna Toure Gallas(c) Clichy

Eboue Fabregas Denilson Walcott
(Wilshere) (Ramsey) (Bendtner)

Adebayor van Persie

Arsenal continued their winning ways today with a stunning comeback from two goals down at the Amsterdam Arena.

Ajax opened the scoring in the 34th minute with a beautiful Luis Suarez half volley, after Kolo had tried to head clear in vain.

Klaas-Jan Huntelaar made it two in two minutes for Ajax, with his strike after a quick free-kick.

Second half

Eboue crossed perfectly for Emmanuel Adebayor to head home Arsenal’s first goal.

Bendtner popped up to get the equaliser in the 73rd minute after Ade had intercepted a backpass.

Arsenal finished the Dutchmen off in the 83rd minute with a burst into the box from Denilson who cut back for Adebayor to get the winner, and his second.

A decent performance from the Gunners, although they will have to sharpen up (especially the defence!) for when we face FC Twente in our first competitive match on Wed 13th Aug.

Sevilla and Jose Mourinho’s Inter drew nil-nil in the other match of the Tournament, we play Sevilla tomorrow at 6pm (BST) as the Amsterdam Tournament continues.

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4 thoughts on “Ajax 2-3 Arsenal: Video Highlights Amsterdam Tournament

  1. edzarinho

    All the goals were absolutely great especially Ajax’s volleys but Arsenal won by slick passing. As usual, good to see the way Arsenal play.

  2. Yeah i’d agree. It’s good to see Arsenal win, looked like an exciting match.
    Only problem is that our central defence seems shaky still.
    Adebayor is on form.

  3. diceman1984

    Tell me if I’m wrong, but is THE HAIR back on Ade’s head??? He looked so much better, both in skills and looks, in this hairstyle. I know it’s superstitious but look at the dip of his form and rubbishness since he cut his hair.

    A lot of people are still holding Ade’s reaction this summer against him. To me, as long as he scores and keeping kissing the batch, I’ll be cheering for him like always. He’s our best shot at true striker, so we better hope he’s kept getting better.

    I was suppose to see this game live last night but my local cable network went all rubbish and canceled it, I was so pissed. But I gotta say what a great game with great goals. Eboue even crossed perfectly for once!

    I’m excited to see youngster play against Sevilla tonight. Go Wilshere!

  4. Both these sides have went onto have pretty disappointing seasons – shame really as they both have alot of potential. Maybe with the change of management at Ajax and Arsenal may buy big in the summer, next season might be better.

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