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Concern for Arsenal as Martinelli Suffers Injury in 6-0 Rout of Sheffield United

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Star Performance Marred by Injury Concern

Arsenal’s emphatic victory over Sheffield United was overshadowed by worries for Gabriel Martinelli’s fitness after the forward was forced off with a foot injury. Martinelli had been instrumental in the Gunners’ dominant display, contributing a goal and an assist before exiting the fray.

Martinelli’s Night Ends in Pain

The Brazilian’s evening came to a premature end in the 64th minute when he went down clutching his right foot, unable to continue. Despite his efforts to play through the pain, Martinelli required the assistance of the medical team to leave the pitch, casting a shadow over Arsenal’s win.

Arteta Uncertain on Injury Severity

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta expressed uncertainty regarding the extent of Martinelli’s injury. Speaking post-match, Arteta highlighted the forward’s foot issue but was unable to provide a definitive update on his condition.

Saka Sidelined by Illness

In a separate incident, Bukayo Saka was substituted at half-time due to illness, according to Arteta. The change was precautionary, with Fabio Vieira taking his place on the field.

Martinelli’s Formidable Campaign

Prior to the injury, Martinelli had been enjoying a productive season, with eight goals and five assists to his name across all competitions. His contribution has been a key factor in Arsenal’s strong performances this campaign.

Arsenal’s Attacking Prowess on Display

The game itself was a showcase of Arsenal’s attacking might, with Martin Odegaard opening the scoring early on. An own goal and Martinelli’s strike quickly followed, and further goals from Kai Havertz, Declan Rice, and Ben White sealed a resounding victory.

Sheffield United Fans Exit Early

The scale of Arsenal’s dominance was too much for some Sheffield United supporters, who were seen leaving the stadium well before the final whistle, with their team unable to mount any meaningful challenge.

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The Gunners will be hoping that Martinelli’s injury is not severe, as they look to maintain their momentum in the wake of a commanding performance that was unfortunately marred by the forward’s injury setback.

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