In a dazzling display of skill, Gabriel Jesus, Leandro Trossard, Gabriel Martinelli, and Kai Havertz shine as Arsenal secures a resounding win against the MLS All-Stars in Washington. Jorginho’s penalty adds to the excitement in this memorable showdown.
The 2016 triumph revisited, but with an even more impressive margin, marking Arsenal’s dominance in the USA series opener. Explosive goals and star performances set the stage on fire, leaving the sell-out crowd at Audi Field in awe.
From Jesus’s audacious chip to Trossard’s stunning long-range strike, Arsenal’s possession game leaves the All-Stars chasing shadows. The second half brings more delights as Havertz seals the deal with a thunderous drive, while Martinelli dazzles with a clinical finish.
Manager Mikel Arteta’s tactical substitutions pay off, showcasing the team’s depth and versatility. With the spotlight on debutants Rice and Timber, Arsenal’s exciting future looks even brighter.
In a night filled with fireworks on and off the pitch, Arsenal’s impeccable performance cements their place as the main attraction in this unforgettable MLS All-Star match.
This was the first time the MLS stars had played a European club team in the game since 2019, after the 2021 and 2022 events were contested against a team of all-stars from Mexico’s Liga MX.
New Inter Miami CF signing Lionel Messi did not play for MLS. The reigning World Cup champion and former Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain star participated in his first training with Miami on Tuesday.
Arsenal went in front on their first attacking sequence after a promising start from the MLS All-Stars.
The MLS side looked to have halted the danger when Bukayo Saka was dispossessed inside the penalty area.