- An Arsenal fan has revealed that the club helped him through depression
- The fan travelled from the Netherlands to watch the Gunners play Manchester United
- Eddie Nketiah scored a brace as Arsenal defeated the Red Devils at the Emirates
A Nigerian Arsenal fan based in the Netherlands broke down in tears after watching the Gunners beat Manchester United on Sunday.
Arsenal kept their title hopes alive after a 3-2 victory over the Red Devils at the Emirates, thanks to an Eddie Nketiah brace.
The fan who was reacting to the victory, thanked Mikel Arteta for 'saving his life' after some difficult moments in his personal life.
According to the Gunner, who was speaking on Arsenal Fan TV, the club has been making him happy since he lost his brother.
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"Mikel Arteta saved my life because in June last year I lost my brother, and I was very depressed," he said.
"The only thing I look forward to is Arsenal games, and they keep on making me proud, I keep on expecting win after win, week in week out," he added.
"I actually came from Amsterdam for this game tonight," he continued as he broke down in tears.
"Mikel Arteta thank you, Arsenal thank you for saving my life."
Marcus Rashford opened the scoring for Manchester United before Nketiah and Bukayo Saka scored to give Arsenal the lead. Lisandro Martinez responded but Nketiah was at the right place at the right time to score a late winner.
Nketiah sends message to EPL defenders
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Arsenal's brace hero, Eddie Nketiah has warned English Premier League defenders to be wary of his threat, after scoring twice in the victory over Manchester United.
The red-hot English-born Ghanaian continued his scoring form, as the Gunners secured another important win in the Premier League quest.
After the game, the young forward took to social media to share his excitement, while taunting defenders as his team closes in on the title.
Partey shines against Spurs
The Gunners strolled to a 2-0 victory against Spurs, courtesy of an own goal from Hugo Lloris and a strike from Martin Odergaard.
Partey lasted the entire duration and was solid in midfield as Spurs lost their spark in the middle of the park.