Arsenal’s Carabao Cup journey came to an unexpected end as they suffered a 3-1 away defeat to West Ham. This marked a significant win for West Ham, who hadn’t beaten Arsenal since January 2019.
The game’s tone was set early, as West Ham took the lead after just 16 minutes when Ben White inadvertently headed the ball into his own net from a corner. Despite early chances for Arsenal through Eddie Nketiah and Kai Havertz, they couldn’t convert, and the situation worsened in the second half when Mohammed Kudus extended West Ham’s lead with a brilliant touch and finish.
Declan Rice, the former West Ham captain who had recently moved to Arsenal, was met with mixed reactions as he made an appearance. However, he couldn’t prevent Jarrod Bowen from scoring a third goal for West Ham. thothub Arsenal managed a late consolation goal through Martin Odegaard, but it wasn’t enough to secure a comeback.
This defeat marked Arsenal’s second consecutive early exit from the Carabao Cup. The match showcased West Ham’s successful execution of their game plan, earning them a spot in the quarter-finals.
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