Arsenal Stunner Marks Another Draw in the Champions League

Kenny Roger MoiseContributor IApril 8, 2009

LONDON - APRIL 04:  Emmanuel Adebayor of Arsenal celebrates scoring his team's second goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Arsenal and Manchester City at Emirates Stadium on April 4, 2009 in London, England.  (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

What a goal! What a goal! I would really like to know whether Wenger will dispose of Adebayor after the 66th minute stunner that helped Arsenal seal a draw before they head to the Emirates Stadium.

Marcos Senna had put Arsenal in a sticky situation with a 25-yard strike that gave Villarreal an early lead. Manuel Alumnia had to be replaced owing to injury. The replacement Lukasz Fabianski showed his worth with a couple of saves that placed the hearts of many Arsenal fans in their mouth.

All set for yet another decider at the Emirates Stadium. These matches will now decide who is Europe's best in all aspects of the game. Yes we can have plenty of debates over which team has better players.

But on the given day, which team fares better is the million dollar question. The movement showcased by Arsenal by the likes of Theo and Fabregas and an ultimate finish by Adebayor was a visual treat to all football fans.

All I hope is that we do not get to see penalties but rather see the better team win!

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