It is not new for Espanyol to knock down a big LaLiga in the last minutes. On this occasion, the goal of Wu Lei in the 88th minute after a great assistance from Matías Vargas did not help him to give the blue and white team three points against Barcelona, but to rescue a point that can mean the push to escape from The drop zone. Before the greats, in the last three years, Espanyol has subscribed to the great joys before the end of the meetings.It all started in January 2018 in the first leg of the quarterfinals between Espanyol and Barcelona. A closed match in which everything pointed to 0-0 until Oscar Melendo appeared to mark, in minute 87, the 1-0 that marked the first victory in a derby since 2009. Somewhat baptized as Melendazo, which served to give a joy in a complicated but historical season, in which the parakeets managed to knock down the three clubs with more budget of the championship. Because a month before, in the last meeting of 2017 and with a Espanyol near the relegation zone, the parakeets knocked down Atlético de Madrid with a goal in minute 87 by Sergio García. A Bon Pastor striker also finished crossing the ball as Wu Lei a good collective play.Far from being the exception, Real Madrid also fell at RCDE Stadium, even more cruelly. In minute 92 of the match Gerard Moreno He caught an impressive volley in the area that meant the final 1-0 and one of the most remembered moments in the years that Espanyol has played in Cornellà-El Prat. When the parties agonize, the parakeets find miraculous goals.
Niles started in Arsenal’s Premier League opener against Man City, but is now set for a long layoff 3 He was given a hard time against Riyad Mahrez and Kyle Walker in the 2-0 home defeat, but his game was cut short before the break when he limped off with an injury.And Arsenal have now confirmed the versatile starlet suffered a “small fracture” to his left fibula and will be out of action for up to two months.It leaves Nacho Monreal as the only fit left-back available to Emery, with the Spaniard back in full training after his knee problem and likely to be fit for Saturday’s home clash against Chelsea. Koscielny is set to return to Arsenal training ahead of schedule in November 3 The Gunners also gave an update on a number of their injured players, revealing they are hoping to have club captain Laurent Koscielny back in full training in November, as the French defender continues his recovery from an Achilles tendon injury which has kept him out since May.Full-back Sead Kolasinac remains on the sidelines with a knee problem but is expected to return to training in October. 3 Arsenal have also revealed Carl Jenkinson has suffered a ‘significant sprain’ to his right ankle and is set for six to eight weeks out, meaning a move to ship the 26-year-old out on loan is now unlikely. Arsenal youngster Ainsley Maitland-Niles is set for six to eight weeks on the sidelines with the broken leg, the club have confirmed.The 20-year-old was a surprise starter in Unai Emery’s first Premier League game in charge of the Gunners on Sunday, against defending champions Manchester City.