Published: Sat, December 08, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Iwobi Reacts To Arsenal’s Draw With Manchester United

Iwobi Reacts To Arsenal’s Draw With Manchester United

United twice came from behind against Arsenal - fast becoming a feature of the season - to prove they are not ready to throw in the towel and Dalot insists the whole squad is behind the manager.

Lingard's exertions came at a cost, though, as a groin injury that he had carried since Russian Federation lied him low for a month, with the attacking midfielder only scoring his first United goal of the season when securing Wednesday's 2-2 draw at home to Arsenal. I guess it's a hard one to take because we were ahead twice. "For example the last two matches against teams like us, their mind is to be in the top four, I think the team - not for 90 minutes because it's impossible to do it for 90 minutes - but more or less we control a lot of minutes in these matches".

"There's no weak games, there's no chance to relax and most of all for us because we need to get points and to climb up the table". Maybe it's about just making sure we settle things down a bit.

Both teams showed lots of fight in a frantic and often feisty encounter which saw Unai Emery's Arsenal rack up a 20th unbeaten game in all competitions.

Brought to Unai Emery's new-look Arsenal in the summer, the 30-year-old was frustrated after failing to add to their north London derby win with another victory.

When are we thinking he will start playing with us?

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Emery said such matters should remain between the players and forgotten come the end of the game, while also suggesting Guendouzi should copy Fellaini in having his flowing locks shaved off. We can only focus on our own performances. We need every player and we need also for him to train with us. The fans can see that we're back to our best and you can see that too on the pitch.

"I think it's always been an area that we obviously never give up".

"Obviously it got to a point where I couldn't carry on, so that break did me well and I am raring to go now".

"There's just the small details that everyone can improve on".

Liverpool FC will now turn their attentions towards their trip to Bournemouth in the Premier League on Saturday lunchtime.

Midfielder Aaron Ramsey (ankle) will be monitored before Saturday's Premier League clash with Huddersfield, which Mesut Ozil is expected to miss out due to a back problem.

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