In the absence of Mikel Arteta, who was sentenced to compulsory rest due to a positive coronavirus test, Albert Stauffenberg led Arsenal against Manchester City, They lost 2-1 in the Premier League match on Saturday. The Dutch coach criticized the referee in a cultured, disciplined but clear manner on the Arsenal website.
|Albert Stauffenberg says ground zero is frustrating (Image: AFP)|
Stuivenberg on penalties and red card for Gabriel:
“Well, I’m disappointed that we didn’t score three points in this match. That’s the most disappointing thing, but I’m proud of the players’ performance. Of course there were crucial moments in the match. In the first half, there was Odegaard’s collision with Ederson, which was a clear penalty kick. “In the second half, after Mahrez fell, the penalty was awarded to the city, I don’t think this is consistent. Gabriel’s show was also an important moment, but we also played great with ten men against a very strong team. As for Gabriel’s first yellow card, he told me that he He didn’t speak badly, he just made a comment about Odegaard’s case. Leaving zero is very annoying.”
Collision between Odegaard and Ederson
On tactics against Manchester City:
“We had chances in the first half, we attacked them. They managed to break it sometimes, but City are a great team with a lot of classic players. As a result of the attack, we got the ball repeatedly in their half of their space, and we wanted to keep going, but against a squad like City, we sometimes had to fall back into our half of our space. In this case, the defenders have to defend and lead the counter-attacks in time. We’ve done well several times.”
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