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Arsenal team sheet leaked: Club photographer ‘leaks’ team sheet

Rishabh Gupta

Arsenal team sheet leaked

Arsenal team sheet leaked: After Manchester United, Arsenal have also been hit by the leaked XI scandal – except, that it’s not really a scandal for Gunners.

Arsenal have been in good form ever since they suffered two opening defeats to Manchester City and Chelsea in August.

Arsenal made a strong comeback, winning 8 league games on the trot, before finally being held to a draw by Crystal Palace two weeks ago. The Gunners played a spirited 1-1 draw against Liverpool a week later.

After another draw against Sporting Lisbon earlier this week, which was marred by an injury to Danny Welbeck, Arsenal return to the Premier League as they take on Wolves on Sunday.

However, Arsenal’s club photographer David Price might have leaked Arsenal’s starting XI before the game later tonight. Interestingly, he also leaked Wolves’ playing line-up.

Arsenal’s team sheet leaked:

Manchester United have faced enough troubles over the leaked XIs in the past few weeks.

Reports from English outlet Daily Mail stated that Mourinho would probe an investigation within the club over leaked line-ups, which have been a regular feature before Manchester United’s games these days.

According to the English outlet, the Portuguese manager was furious to see his line up on social media after he woke up on match-day for the game against Chelsea.

Funnily, Mourinho took a dig at Samuel Luckhurst, the journalist from Manchester Evening News, after he was asked a question about Romelu Lukaku’s participation in the game against Bournemouth last week.

Arsenal’s case is different, however, as the club photographer posted a picture of the team sheets of both Arsenal and Wolverhampton Wanderers before the game.

The match-day programme cover is designed with a ‘retro’ look, and this might have been the motivation behind posting the picture.

Here is the Arsenal lineup: Leno; Bellerin, Mustafi, Holding, Kolasinac; Torreira, Xhaka; Ozil; Mkhitaryan, Lacazette, Aubameyang.

Mesut Ozil has been named the captain of the side.

What next?

With Tottenham four points ahead, a win won’t make a positional difference for Arsenal, but Unai Emery’s side will close the gap to one point as the players head out for the international break.

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Rishabh Gupta

Rishabh Gupta

A sports enthusiast. Sports, I believe, is one of the few powers which help us grow, both as an individual and society. With each day, in the rich world of sports, I grow.

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