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Ødegaard is praised: - Is it possible?

Ødegaard is praised: – Is it possible?

  • Wolverhampton – Arsenal 0-2 (0-0)

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Martin Odegaard scored Arsenal’s two goals when they beat Wolverhampton in Molineux.

Arsenal had to prepare to face a difficult team at home in the first 45. After a poor first half with no shots on goal, both teams entered the first half without goals.

– When the referee started the second half, Wolverhampton did their match plan very well in the first 45 games, said Jorn Sundby, commentator for Fiabalay.

– We had to dig deep today, Odegaard tells Sky Sports after the match.

Two degrees of Ødegaard

In the second half, the reds and whites opened well, and after about ten minutes they were paid. Fábio Vieira served Ødegaard in a delicious way, and the Norwegian had no trouble poking the ball.

“We have to give credit to Vieira there for service and preparation,” Sundby said of the Portuguese. In the quarter prior to the end, the Norwegian scored again.

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15 minutes before the end Arsenal doubled their lead, and once again it was Odegaard who scored.

He is Arsenal’s top scorer in the Premier League. Sunby said he is the captain of the team that will lead the Premier League before Christmas.

That was two goals for Odegaard, and Arsenal can satisfy with the open section of Manchester City.

praised and praised

Expressions of appreciation for the Norwegian are pouring in on social media.

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Martin Odegaard. Is it possible. The Arsenal captain with points is ahead of the next team, if true. As well as the target. Usually in a white dress and serving coffee – but Martin can do anything. Incredible fun, writes Kasper Wikestad on Twitter.

– It’s a gorgeous Ødegaard finish. He did it well and kept it up. Excellent technology. Great play by Martinelli while preparing, writes Charles Watts, Arsenal journalist.

Veaplay expert commentator Lars Theranos calls the Norwegian “intelligent” and “brilliantly technical”.

Arsenal thus enters the World Cup break, five points behind second-placed Manchester City, who lost at home to Brentford earlier in the day.