Sheffield United vs Arsenal 0-6: Premier League

What Happened Sheffield United vs Arsenal 0-6: Premier League

Arsenal kept up the pressure on leaders Liverpool with an emphatic victory over relegation-threatened Sheffield United at Bramall Lane, thanks to Martin Odegaard and Jayden Bogle own goals that sent Arsenal ahead within 15 minutes before Kai Havertz and Declan Rice completed the scoring before half time.

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In this article we are discussing about football league match in Sheffield United vs Arsenal 0-6: Premier League, These were the updates as Arsenal beat Sheffield United 6-0 at Bramall Lane in the Premier League on Monday, March 4.


Arsenal maintained their pressure on title rivals Liverpool and Manchester City by defeating Sheffield United, moving within two points of Jurgen Klopp’s men at the top and one off champions City. Martin Odegaard scored his hat trick against an unforgiving Sheffield United crowd while Gabriel Martinelli, Kai Havertz, and Declan Rice added further misery on home ground side.

Jamie Carragher described it as an absolute disgrace and one of the most one-sided games of football he had ever witnessed, with Mikel Arteta’s side outshout-ing Sheffield United with their impressive showing in pursuit of winning this season’s Premier League crown.

From the outset, the visitors were in command; Saka skinning Auston Trusty on the right before sending in a cross that Trusty turned into his own net with just five minutes played. Odegaard then finished it off clinically past Robinson to double their advantage.

Rice won the ball high up and fed Jakub Kiwior on the overlap; his low cross was turned into his own goal by an unfortunate Bogle. Shortly afterwards, Saka gained entry into the box before squared to Martinelli who finished off with an impressive left-footed shot from inside it. It was soon five for away side when Saka squared to Martinelli who converted with another left-footed strike.

The sixth goal was scored when Arsenal went close again with a low corner which was cleared off-line, and their attempts at stopping Havertz from scoring again resulted in his striking past Robinson again for another goal – potentially seven had Havertz been more accurate with his shot, however they still secured another convincing win against Sheffield United that remain unbeaten this season – this 6-0 triumph being one of only four times an away team has gone five goals up in the top flight history!


Arsenal are in line to set a record margin of victory in an English league game – only three teams have previously achieved it so far; but their hosts may easily add to that figure and avoid suffering yet another home 5-0 loss.

The Gunners are in top form, dismantling the struggling home side ruthlessly. A wonderful one-two down the right saw a low cross deflected directly to Saka’s path who unleashed his fury with a fierce drive that hit a post and sent shockwaves through their ranks.

Martin Odegaard then makes it 3-0 as he deftly weaves through the United defence to set Kai Havertz up with an easy finish. The visitors remain completely dominant and even when they falter they still possess enough firepower to find success again.

United attempt to stem the tide, with an intriguing move involving Bogle and McAtee coming close to success, yet ultimately failing. They fail to get any shot off.

Hosts Nottingham Forest have found it difficult to match Arsenal’s speed and power up front and have been mostly contained within their own half. Arsenal look set for their seventh straight win and could come within two points of overtaking Liverpool with an extra game available to them.

Mikel Arteta has made two changes at Arsenal today. Gabriel Jesus replaced Thomas Partey for his first appearance since October, while Bukayo Saka has come off for Leandro Trossard.

Dejected fans are slowly departing Bramall Lane as the hosts struggle to contain an aggressive visitors side. Jayden Bogle nearly scored with a poor shot from long range, but his attempt was wide of its target. Bramall Lane then had another opportunity to save face, but their backline failed to deal with a long ball from behind which was easily cleared away by visitors.

Injury Updates

Arsenal are hoping to put pressure on title rivals Liverpool and Manchester City by defeating Sheffield United at Bramall Lane, although Gabriel Martinelli, Bukayo Saka and Thomas Partey could return shortly from injury for this game.

Mason Holgate will miss his fourth consecutive match due to suspension for the visitors, while John Egan, Cameron Archer, Rhys Norrington-Davies and Ben Brereton Diaz remain out with injuries for Manchester United. Oleksandr Zinchenko and Takehiro Tomiyasu could return from injury as potential heroes for Arsenal.

The Gunners remain undefeated this season and appear on track to clinch the Championship with two games remaining. But an early scare came in their 6-0 thrashing of Steelers on Monday night when Gabriel Martinelli had to be substituted out due to an ankle strain sustained while shooting near the end of first half; limping towards touchline with help of club physios after this initial incident.

Mikel Arteta disclosed that Bukayo Saka, an England international, was feeling sick. Fabio Vieira took over for him.

Sami Mokbel reports for the Daily Mail that Jurrien Timber participated in part of Arsenal’s training session on Wednesday, but came close to fully taking part. Timber has been out since the start of the season due to knee pain but should make his comeback soon.

Thomas Partey trained for the first time since October on Tuesday and is ‘close’ to making his return against Sheffield United on April 10. Partey has struggled with injuries this season and was an unused substitute against Newcastle last weekend; however, he did play in both warm-up matches so should be available for selection against Bramall Lane. Oleksandr Zinchenko and Takehiro Tomiyasu still face late fitness tests but could still feature.

Team News

Arsenal’s 6-0 victory against Sheffield United was their largest away win this season and moved them within two points of leaders Liverpool. Additionally, Arsenal is now the first team in league history with seven victories and an outstanding goal difference compared to their title competitors.

Mikel Arteta reverts back to his starting lineup from last weekend’s 4-1 victory against Newcastle at Bramall Lane, keeping Jorginho alongside Declan Rice as midfielders, while Bukayo Saka starts up front alongside Gabriel Jesus on the bench, with Thomas Partey making a welcome return after recovering from a thigh injury.

Tonight has been an extremely difficult one for the Blades, who find themselves 11 points away from safety after losing four straight home league matches and conceding an astounding 66 goals more than any other Championship team this season.

Chris Wilder will hope for a much-needed turnaround when they play Brentford on Saturday, hoping for an immediate improvement in form.

Early on, the hosts struggle to contain their opponents while the visitors establish complete dominance through their passing game. A beautiful move culminates with a cross from the left which finds its way directly to Rice at the back post; where he quickly seizes upon it and scores an early goal.

Soon afterwards, the hosts are caught offside due to an error during build-up, leading to another quick attack which ends in a corner for the visitors – one in which Saka heads wide of goal.

The visitors continue their dominance and score three goals within 10 minutes as they break. A low strike from Saka narrowly misses, and more opportunities present themselves but none lead directly to goalscoring opportunities.

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