Danny Welbeck looks set to miss a large chunk of the season after breaking his ankle last night.
Welbeck has always been Arsenal's go to man on Europa League nights, scoring five goals in his past 13 appearances in the competition, but he looks set for a lengthy spell on the sidelines after landing on his ankle awkwardly. Matteo Guendouzi slots into midfield with Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Aaron Ramsey, while Danny Welbeck is up top. When we lose the ball, we're all defensive players.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was sent on to replace his stricken teammate, who has historically struggled with injury problems.
As the Lithuanian referee Ged Mazelka blew for half-time following a period of shapeless, scrappy play the only thing one could really say about the opening 45 minutes was to wish the popular "Welbz" well.
Bryce Harper appears headed to the Phillies
Even though Harper is still only 26, a 14-year deal with an average annual value of $30 million per season felt a bit excessive. Zack Greinke ($US34 million), David Price ($US31 million) and Clayton Kershaw ($US31 million) all got more.
A Breaking Bad film is coming
Gilligan's project will help the television network keep its reputation as one of the most respected showrunners in the industry. And it's not yet known whether the film version will be a prequel or sequel, or even it it's heading for the cinema or TV.
With Sessions Out, Dems Fear for Future of Mueller Probe
He recused himself the next day, saying it would be inappropriate to oversee an investigation into a campaign he was part of. The president also warned the Democrats against investigating him, after taking over the House in the midterm elections .