Published: Sat, December 08, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Iwobi Reacts To Arsenal’s Draw With Manchester United

Iwobi Reacts To Arsenal’s Draw With Manchester United

While there were signs of promise for the much-changed hosts, the result represented a fourth straight winless Premier League match for under-performing United.

United now head into the thick of their festive fixtures with Fulham on Saturday, beginning a run of seven games in 26 days.

"The best news for me is [being] calm, but the doctors are looking at him and they are going to communicate with us". We need the points to climb the table.

"For sure we will get there".

Arsenal forward, Alex Iwobi, has blamed momentary loss of concentration for ther 2-2 draw with Manchester United at Old Trafford on Wednesday.

It was hoped the 30-year-old would be back in contention for the visit of Huddersfield on Saturday afternoon, however, the Evening Standard claims Ozil isn't expected to be available to start the game and could once again miss out on a place in the squad altogether. "It is our main goal for now to get into the top for and I think are will get there". With the help of my team-mates, the coach and the fans I think I will be improving a lot here. It's obvious we needed a goalkeeper, we needed a decent back four, and we need somebody in front of the back four to protect them, and we've got one at long last. It was an enjoyable summer and a good season for me on a personal level last season.

Dalot's quick adaptation to life in Manchester has no doubt been aided by his near-flawless English.

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Asked if he has enjoyed such a lengthy undefeated streak previously in his managerial career, the former Sevilla and Paris St Germain boss said: "I can't remember - maybe yes, maybe not".

"I learnt and consumed English in school and I watched TV and movies to give myself an idea".

Wenger, in his final season, used the competition to keep fresh fringe men he had decided not to employ in the Premier League even though three of them - England duo Theo Walcott and Jack Wilshere plus Olivier Giroud of France - were internationals of experience and reputation.

Meanwhile the Spaniard warned that the diagnosis for Rob Holding's knee injury "is not good". "It was a hard game", Papastathopoulos said.

"We were unlucky because we started to play good in the first half, but we had two injured (players, Rob Holding and Aaron Ramsey) and we had to change so it was not easy for us".

"Between us [there are] no problems - between the manager and the players", the Italian said. "We have confidence and we have to win the next matches".

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