Mikel Arteta, Arsenal manager still showing humility Even the team members can show their work very hot. Overcome all opponents since the start of the season. It’s still a long way to go Let me look at it one minute at a time.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has refused to talk about the title race. Because the competition is still a long way to go and his team still has to concentrate on the next match program. After being the only team to win all 4 matches, the latest game opened the nest to win 2-1 in the English Premier League on Saturday, August 27.
The game at the Emirates Stadium, the little tycoon got the goal to go first from the mistake of defender Gabriel Magalles, the home team that was snatched by Aleksandar Mitrovic . Yes, before slipping into the ball through Aaron Ramsdale, however , Martin Odegaard scored an equalizer before Gabriel returned to shoot the winning goal for the Gunners to return to win.
The north London side won all four of their opponents, and after the UFABET game, a reporter asked: Chance to win the Premier League title This season or not, the Spanish coach. immediately refused.” This was a long, long marathon. Everyone has to go through some hard times. we are going well And we must keep trying to maintain our standards. Absolutely not We must continue to be humble and thirsty. Now we have games this week so we need to prepare and recover. Because every game in this league is highly competitive.”
Meanwhile, the 40-year-old head coach has also expressed his satisfaction with the shift in Gabriel ‘s thinking, despite showing mistakes that led to the team conceding goals. But he showed determination until he returned. Mistakes are part of the game of football, so it depends. How to return, which Gabriel showed, and it is not a coincidence.
This victory allows Arsenal to maintain a 100% win record and overtake Manchester City to return to the top of the crowd with 12 full points, leading the sailboat by 2 points. The next match will be open to the visit. Aston Villa on Wednesday August 31, followed by a trip to Manchester United on Sunday September 4.