Arteta insists victory in guns derby reinforces confidence

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Mikel Arteta, Arsenal manager I am pleased with the team’s confidence. And ready to meet teams at the same level After the opening home win over Spurs 3-1 in the London derby match. Hold on tight to the leader

Mikel Arteta said Arsenal‘s win in the London derby showed the confidence of his players and pass on the belief. Can compete with competitors of the same level. After the opening home win over Tottenham Hotspur 3-1 in the English Premier League at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday past.

Arteta insists victory in guns derby reinforces confidence

The meeting of rivals in the city In addition to the game of glory. It also means winning the championship this season. Because both teams performed impressively. The results of this match, the artillery did not disappoint the supporters. With goals from Thomas Partey, Gabriel Jesus and Granit Xhaka. The Golden Spurs chickens from the penalty spot of Harry Kane and Emerson Royal received a red card in the minute at 62.

spanish trainer came out for an interview after the UFABET game When asked by reporters To send a message to other contestants , Arteta said: “For me this victory has sent a message to the players and everyone at the club that we can play at this level against these types of opponents. That should give them confidence and belief. We deserve to win this game. We started well as a team.”   

In addition, the head coach of the Gunners also hopes that. Must beat teams in the Big Six because it is necessary when playing big games. The important thing is the win. However, the team is just getting started. And he was extremely happy with the position he was in. without mentioning the chance of winning the championship

Big guns ‘ victory increased them to 21 points, leading them to the top of the table for another week. Regardless of the outcome of the match between Manchester City , who visit Manchester United on Sunday, next week in the league game they will face Liverpool in volatile form in the Emirates. Next Sunday.