Published: Sun, December 09, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Three talking points from Arsenal vs Huddersfield

Three talking points from Arsenal vs Huddersfield

We took on Huddersfield and a lot of people were expecting a pretty easy win and but it was anything but that.

The visitors continued to stand firm but the breakthrough would ventually come for the Gunners on 83 minutes, with Aubameyang twisting and turning in the box before chipping the ball in to Torreira, who produced a sublime bicycle kick from close-range.

The Uruguayan scored the only goal of the game to stretch Gunners' unbeaten run to 21 games in all competitions.

We were nearly trying too hard at the end, but thankfully Guendouzi lofted a great ball which Aubameyang controlled superbly to put in Torreira who scored with some great acrobatics.

The next two fixtures, against Newcastle and Southampton, who are also battling relegation, could therefore prove crucial, and their manager David Wagner said: "Now we have two home games against Newcastle and Southampton". So I don't think it is a big problem for him'.

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"The opposition can decide what the rhythm is when they have the ball, and they wanted to play like that". Then there is Sokratis celebrating defensive tackles and I absolutely love this! "I think today is a very important result". I don't know how we are going to play in midweek but I do know that I have enough players to cope. Emery's team are winning admirers but they must cut the play-acting out to keep the neutrals on side.

The Sun claimed last month that Elneny was a player Emery was willing to sell for around £15 million as part of his ongoing revolution at the club.

The lead-up to the game was dominated by the headlines which exposed four Arsenal players for allegedly indulging in nitrous oxide inhalation on a night out.

'We can improve more and today we spoke that we want to win matches with more control. I'm a bit anxious that apart from Spurs and Liverpool we've hardly put in a home performance of intensity that is capable of dominating a team. We're stronger in what we're doing this year, probably.

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