In a thrilling encounter at Wembley, Arsenal secured a remarkable 4-1 victory in a penalty shoot-out, shattering Manchester City’s silverware streak in the annual Community Shield match on Sunday. The match ended 1-1 after 90 minutes, with Arsenal equalizing in stoppage time through Leandro Trossard’s heavily deflected shot.
In the heated contest, Cole Palmer managed to give Manchester City the lead late in the second half, raising hopes for the treble winners. However, Arsenal’s resilience paid off, and they managed to force the game into penalties with Trossard’s dramatic last-minute goal.
As the penalty shoot-out unfolded, Kevin De Bruyne and Rodri’s missed attempts became pivotal moments for Manchester City. On the other hand, Fabio Vieira seized the opportunity and converted the decisive kick, securing the Community Shield for Mikel Arteta’s determined Arsenal side.
The victory marks an important triumph for Arsenal, who put an end to Manchester City’s dominant silverware streak, setting the stage for an exciting start to the Premier League season.