Miedema Comes Up Huge For Arsenal In London Derby With 92nd Minute Equalizer

LONDON — Arsenal's Vivianne Miedema grabbed a stoppage-time equalizer as the Women's Super League leaders salvaged a 1-1 draw at north London rivals Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday.

Spurs had looked on course to hand Arsenal their first defeat of the season but were denied by Netherlands international Miedema, who towered above the defence to head home from a corner in the 92nd minute.

Con Marcelo Flores A La Cabeza, La Sub 20 Del Tri Enfrenta La Revelations Cup: ¿Dónde Verla?

La fuerza gravitacional del duelo entre Estados Unidos y México por las elminatorias a Catar 2022 copa las páginas deportivas. Sin embargo, el Tri adulto no es el único combinado nacional viviendo aventuras por estos días. El equipo Sub-20 se alista ahorita para enfrentar la Revelations Cup, un torneo amistoso que se disputará en Celaya y en el que se enfrentará a sus similares de Brasil, Colombia y Estados Unidos.

Arsenal Has Its Swagger Back And His Name Is Aaron Ramsdale

It’s been quite some time since Arsenal has had any sort of swagger to its game. Having slowly fallen from the upper echelon of the Premier League, the Gunners are experiencing their first season out of Europe in nearly three decades. But led by some shithousing from keeper Aaron Ramsdale, Arsenal looks to have rediscovered its confidence.

Somehow, This Was A Goal

Sometimes it’s better to be lucky than good. Eddie Nketiah was a bit of both on his goal against Leeds United in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday.

Nketiah, a 22-year-old striker, has had a tough time getting into Arsenal’s squad this season. He hasn’t made the Premier League roster once in nine matches and made just his second appearance with the first team in a rare start on Tuesday in the League Cup. 

But Nketiah has made the most of his limited opportunities, scoring against AFC Wimbledon in the third round and then netting another against Leeds — barely. 

Tobin Heath Reveals The Best Footballer She’s Ever Played With, And She May Surprise You

No slouch herself, Tobin Heath has played with some giants of the game. She’s called the two greatest goal scorers in the history of international soccer teammates, plus a few of the most iconic USWNT players of all time. But this week she revealed the best footballer she’s ever played with, and her answer might surprise you.

Tobin Heath Opens Her Arsenal And Champions League Scoring Accounts With Tidy Finish Vs. Hoffenheim

Arsenal defeated Hoffenheim 4-0 in the Women’s Champions League on Thursday to move up to second-place in Group C. The Gunners’ victory saw the first Tobin Heath Arsenal goal, along with scores from Vivianne Miedema, Leah Williamson and Kim Little.

Heath got her first Champions League start with Arsenal. She previously made an appearance as a substitute in Arsenal’s Champions League opener against Barcelona, where Heath picked up an assist.

How To Watch Women’s Champions League Without Spending A Dime

The UEFA Women’s Champions League will for the first time feature a 16-team group stage this year, eschewing the old format of jumping right to a 32-team knockout tournament. With some mouthwatering matchups across four groups of four, here’s everything you need to know about how to watch Women's Champions League matches in the U.S. from the group stage forward. 

I’m Sorry, But Tobin Heath’s New Teammate Jordan Nobbs Calls Wiener Dogs WHAT!?

Arsenal midfielder Jordan Nobbs said a name of a dog breed in a recent Sky Sports video that has sent me through the roof. The video features Nobbs and Rob Holding in a competition to see who can name more things relating to a certain topic.

The video is quite entertaining, and I highly recommend checking it out.

Premier League Penalty Stoppers: The Champs, The Chumps And Everything In-Between

Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea ended an embarrassing streak last weekend when he saved an extra-time penalty from West Ham's Mark Noble to preserve the win for the Red Devils.

That stop marked the first time since 2016 that de Gea had saved a penalty — with that save coming against Everton's Romelu Lukaku in an FA Cup semifinal. It was also the first time since 2014 that the Spaniard had kept out a penalty during a Premier League match (which, ironically, also came against Everton).