Arsenal’s incosistent results against top clubs of Premier League
Arsenal owes a lot to its fans
Rob Holding admits that Arsenal has failed its supporters several times in 2020-21, and the Gunners want to end the test campaign prosperously. The inconsistency remains an issue for Mikel Arteta’s side this season, leaving them in jeopardy of being allowed into European football for 2021-22. They did, however, beat off four of Chelsea’s top hopes 1-0 at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday and the goal is now to take six more points from the Brighton and Crystal Palace encounters. Rob told Arsenal’s official website that they owe the fans a lot after this season. They have failed a few times, so if they can complete some points, complete some victories and give them something to look forward to at the start of next season.
Arsenal returned to old influence?
Arsenal showed fighting qualities during the victory in the derby with Chelsea. They were gifted with the winning goal, with Jorginho’s reckless postback causing Kepa Arrizabalaga to scramble across his line and parry the ball at Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Hugged Emile Smith Rowe and the 20-year-old watched him from inside the post. Mikel Arteta’s sides were forced on their hind legs for long periods from now on, but endured several intimidations, including a couple of late endeavors that hit the woodworking industry and dug in to complete the league takeover of the rivals. He also said to Rob Holding that he managed to block everything, to lead everything that came my way. they just defended first, and then they did everything they could do with the ball. It’s nice to get a take on Chelsea in a season. According to Rob they have a nice home and it’s nice to polish the result here. Arsenal, who will be back in action next Wednesday against Palace, previously celebrated Chelsea 3-1 on Boxing Day.
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