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Ivan Toney adjuster holds Arms stockpile to draw against Brentford

 Ivan Toney adjuster holds Arms stockpile to draw against Brentford

Munititions stockpile botched a potential chance to completely expand their lead at the highest point of the Chief Association table as they were held to a 1-1 draw against Brentford at the Emirates on Saturday.

New marking Leandro Trossard had put his side ahead with his most memorable objective in an Armory shirt, having a moment effect off the seat to volley in Bukayo Saka's cross.

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Be that as it may, the lead didn't keep going long as Brentford kept on applying tension on the counter assaults, prompting forward Ivan Toney heading in a balancer only a couple of moments later.

An important lead in the table coaxed for Mikel Arteta's side yet they never looked agreeable against an ambitious Brentford who ought to have been ahead by half-time.

"Winning is about little edges. At the point when you win you win by little edges. Yet, in the event that you can't win it then you don't lose it," Arteta said. "We will prepare for City. It will be another large one and another delightful one."

Goalscorer Trossard shared with the BBC after the match: "No doubt obviously it's ideal to have the objective as it gets me rolling yet after that it's disheartening they got the adjuster. It's an intense one to take. We did everything competently. To score against Brentford is difficult.

"We expressed before on the set-pieces they're great and today it reoccurred. We need to gain from that. There's a game again on Wednesday to make something happen.

"You don't get your direction each game. We need to buckle down each and every day. There's an extraordinary environment in the group and we need to push that energy along in any event, when results don't turn out well for you."

Home supervisor Arteta kept confidence with the side that lost 1-0 at Everton last end of the week yet for the subsequent week running they failed.

Munititions stockpile rode their karma in the main half with a very much penetrated Brentford agreeable at the back and risky at whatever point they went after. The match was just minutes old when Rico Henry cut horrendously wide from a low cross.

Brentford then, at that point, cut open the Stockpile guard again in the 24th moment when Bryan Mbeumo's scaled back was ideal for Toney yet he terminated against the woodwork with the objective expanding.

Arteta accumulated his players around him and yapped out directions during one break in play and the home fans were protesting whenever Ben Mee got one more opportunity for Brentford.

Saka jabbed a shot from a tight point at visiting goalkeeper David Raya and the hosts did at last assemble a streaming move presently before the break when Gabriel Martinelli volleyed over.

Toney bored a shot only wide after the break and Brentford looked set to mourn their most memorable half misses when Saka slid a low pass across the area for Trossard to space home.

Brentford were at last compensated however as Toney headed in and a VAR check for offside tracked down for the guests.

Brentford expanded their unbeaten disagreement the Head Association to 11 games and sit in eighth spot. Stockpile stay at the highest point of the table, six focuses in front of Manchester City who face Aston Manor tomorrow.