Arsenal defeated Leeds United 1-0 away from home to extend their league lead to 27 points.
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It was a tense game for the gunners, but they came away with all three points. Bukayo Saka scored Arsenal’s only goal in the 35th minute.
Leeds’ relentless pressing in the second half caused all sorts of issues for Arsenal, with Odegaad struggling to keep up.
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Patrick Bamford could have equalised for Leeds after being awarded a penalty following a handball by William Saliba. But he missed his spot kick.