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PL: You did what I felt was right – about Arteta Aubameyang

The North London Derby ended with domestic success in Round 28 of the Premier League, with Arsenal knocking back two goals over prisoner Eric Lamilla. After that, Mikel Arteta praised the team, while Jose Mourinho dealt with the poor performance and the referee.

Among the directors, Mikel Arteta had reason to rejoice (Photo: Agence France-Presse)


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Mikel Arteta He played his first derby in north London as a coach in the UAE – he lost two away games so far – and after Arsene Wenger and Unai Emery he became the third Arsenal coach to win his first home match against Tottenham Hotspur.

“We were better, running the meeting, feeling confident for longer periods, and doing an excellent job except for the past 10 minutes. He began his evaluation of a Basque specialist. “We created a lot of situations. Through the aggressive attack we got the ball back many times as quickly as possible. It is definitely positive.”

Oddly enough, Arsenal’s performance dropped just as referee Eric Lamela sent off – making Argentina the fifth player to be substituted in the Premier League to score in the same match and then receive a red card.

“We mismanaged the last ten minutes of the game when we were able to play football for the human being. We put ourselves in the awkward position, we might have deserved to score. We definitely need to improve that.”

Before the match, many were astonished when they saw the first teams: Pierre Emerick Aubameyang was only sitting on the bench at Arsenal at the start of the match and not even pausing at the end. Athletic has discovered that for disciplinary reasons in Gabon, the 31-year-old captain made their pre-derby preparations late than agreed.

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“I did what I felt was right Arteta explained his decision after the champ. – We had to draw a line. We know how important Auba is to us and the club. But we passed that, we are now moving forward. “

Tottenham were defeated after winning five games in the series, after two good years for Arsenal – understandably Jose Mourinho Not satisfied.

“We were horrible in the first half. We didn’t have the speed or the pressure. If we look at the creativity, it looks as if some of the players have simply gone. We only managed to improve in the second half, and we did. We changed to try to win the match, and then it came.” The penalty kick and the second yellow card for Mila. “

“I am not singling out a player by name, you have to think of a team. I also belong to the team. I am guilty of the first half just like the players. It’s a good thing that we improved it in the second part of the game, and it was true for us with ten people.”

The Portuguese, of course, did not go without a word for Arsenal’s penalty kick.

“This is a question that is impossible to get an answer because neither Michael Oliver nor Paul Tierney, who directs VAR, can comment. But I asked Kevin Friend (4th referee – Editor) that he thought Oliver saw the situation clearly and that they could not or would not contradict it with Video Assistant rule. “

“Referees sometimes have a hard time. I didn’t complain, but when I looked at the case on the iPad … if anyone has a different opinion, they must be an Arsenal fan, and only in that case I understand it because of bias. Other than that, it’s unacceptable. Because the situation is clear, Michael Oever made a mistake. The players are tired of so many matches, the coaches too, and maybe the referees as well? He had a match during the weekdays in the International Cup, he must be tired. “

Angole Premier League
Round 28
Arsenal – Tottenham Hotspur 2-1
London,
Emirates Stadium, Behind closed gates. Led by: Michael Oliver
Arsenal: Leno – Soares, David Luiz, Gabriel, Tierney – Thomas Partey, Xhaka – Saka (N. Pépé, while at rest), Odegaard, Smith Rowe (Willian, 77) – Lacazette (Elneny, 88). Director: Mikel Arteta
Tottenham: Lloris – Doherty, D. Sánchez, Alderweireld, Reguilón – Ndombele (Alli, 62.), Höjbjerg – Szon Hung Min (Lamela, 18.), Lucas Moura, Bale (M. Sissoko, 57.) – Kane. Coach: Jose Mourinho
Scorers: Ödegaard (45) and Lacazette (64 to 11), respectively. Lamilla (33)
Issued: Lamilla (76.)

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Additional results
Sunday

Southampton-Brighton 1–2 (Che Adams 27., L. Dunk 16., Trussard 56.)
Leicester City-Sheffield United 5-0 (Iheanacho 39., 69., 78., Ayuz Perez 64., Ampadu 80. – Angole)
Manchester United – West Ham United 1-0 (Dawson 53 – Goal Goal)
Saturday
Crystal Palace – West Bromwich Albion 1-0 (Milifwifex from 36 to 11)
Everton-Burnley 1–2 (Calvert Lewin 32., Bad Separation. Wood 13., McNeill 24.)
Leeds United – Chelsea 0-0
Fulham – Manchester City 0-3 (J. Stones 47, Gabriel Jesus 56, Agüero 60-11)
Friday

Newcastle United – Aston Villa 1-1 (Lascelles 90 + 4., Ill. O. Watkins 86.)
Monday
21.00:
Wolverhampton Wanderers – Liverpool (TV: Player 1) – Live on a UFO!

the work
1. Manchester City 30 22 5 3 64–21 +43 71
2. Manchester United 29 16 9 4 56-32 +24 57
3. Leicester 29 17 5 7 53-32 +21 56
4. Chelsea 29 14 9 6 44-25 +19 51
5. West Ham 28 14 6 8 42-32 +10 48
6. Everton 28 14 4 10 40–37 +3 46
7. Tottenham 28 13 6 9 47-30 +17 45
8. Liverpool 28 12 7 9 47–36 +11 43
9. Aston Villa 27 12 5 10 39–28 +11 41
10. Arsenal 28 12 5 11 37-29 +8 41
11. Crystal Palace 29 10 7 12 31-47 – 16 37
12. Leeds United 28 11 3 14 43-46 –3 36
13. Wolverhampton 28 9 8 11 28–37 –9 35
14. Southampton 29 9 6 14 36-51 -15th 33
15. Burnley 29 8 9 12 22-37 -15th 33
16. Brighton and Hove Albion 28 6 11 11 29-36 –7 29
17. Newcastle 28 7 7 14 28-45 – 17 28
18. Fulham 29 5 11 13 22-36 – 14 26
19. West Bromwich Albion 29 3 9 17 20-57 –37 18
20. Sheffield United 29 4 2 23 16-50 –34 14
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