Arsenal and Unai Emery on the up

Arsenal and Unai Emery on the up

Arsenal manager Unai Emery has urged Nigerian star Alex Iwobi to improve his game despite an assist in the team's 1-1 draw with Liverpool.

"The spirit is like we want and also the atmosphere today was a very big atmosphere with the supporters pushing for 90 minutes", said Emery.

Arsenal are fifth in the Premier League, four points behind Liverpool. "Many things changed, because Arsène Wenger was here for a long time", said Leno.

Bernd Leno has praised the Arsenal fans for their support during the game against Liverpool and insists he was "unlucky" for James Milner's opening goal.

"It's pleasing we are creating those chances, but we could have been a bit more ruthless and maybe not put as much pressure on ourselves not to concede to win the game".

After drawing at home to Liverpool, Arsenal are one point and one place behind bitter rivals Spurs who now sit 4th. Again, that's another learning curve for us - to see those sorts of games out. "But the atmosphere and the character of the team right now is very good". And as for Emery's training on how to play from the back is paying dividends and the players are getting better and better every week on sticking to his game plan.

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"Yes the keeper can do better, but I think Mustafi is more culpable than anyone in terms of his starting position and can he do more to stop the cross?"

The Netherlands worldwide battled like a Trojan against Arsenal but was still capable of producing a touch of class on the ball regardless of the chaos and the pressure of the moment.

"This draw is different to Chelsea, for example, so there are ups and downs and things that we can learn", Milner told Because first half we were not compact enough, the three in midfield had to do too much and then the one time we don't close the half-space, they play the ball through and could score the goal.

"They can win the Premier League this season".

"We could have kept our shape better in the first half".

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