Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has revealed what he told his players after the London derby. The artillery army invaded to defeat Tottenham Hotspur last night.
Mikel Arteta has revealed what he told his Arsenal team after their defeat to Tottenham Hotspur in north London last night (Thursday 12 May 2022). Harry Kane’s first-halfgoal and Son Heung-min’s second-half goal gave Spurs a crucial 3-0 victory over opponents vying for the top four for next season’s Champions League. The Gunners hope they will finish above Spurs for the first time in six years.
But Tottenham’s win has opened up their top-four contenders, with Antonio Conte ‘s team now just one point behind fourth-placed Arsenal with two games remaining in the season. now After the game, Arteta declined to comment on referee Paul Tierney’s duties and was visibly disappointed with the decision after Rob Holding was sacked and Spurs. Got a penalty in the first half The Spaniard also revealed the atmosphere in the dressing room to BBC Sport :
“I’m trying to get them back. This UFABET game is over and we focus on Newcastle, Newcastle, Newcastle. I tell them I’m proud of them. He was great and if we did what we did in the first half hour here. We won’t have a problem with Newcastle. “I was very worried about today. I’m really worried about today But I’m not worried about the player’s performance. I want to be where we belong.”
Asked what he thought of the result , Arteta replied: “If I say what I think, I’m going to be banned for six months so I can’t say. I’m allowed to interpret what’s going on in the game, but I don’t know how to lie and I don’t like lies. So I don’t want to say what I’m thinking.” “I can’t give you an honest assessment because I will be banned for a long time. I like to be honest and I can’t evaluate honestly.” I am proud of my players. This game is over, we lost, we accept it, we move on to the Newcastle game.”
When asked if he was upset about certain judgments, he replied, “I can’t say what I think. Otherwise I’ll be banned.” When asked repeatedly about the penalty awarded to Tottenham Hotspur and Holding’s second yellow card. Arteta said: “Have the referee come in front of the camera and explain his decision. It was his decision, it was a pity because such a beautiful game was ruined today.”