One commenter was shocked to learn of the instructions given by the Gunners boss to his star striker during their defeat to Manchester City
Commentator Andy Gray was shocked to hear that Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta had urged his captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to “run a little more” during the break against Manchester City on Saturday, while the forward would do so. , regardless.
The Gunners joined the game at the Etihad Stadium in the hope of finding a positive outcome after successive defeats against Brentford and Chelsea.
The visitors nevertheless endured a terrible time and the champions eventually won the match 5-0.
In the first 45 minutes, Ilkay Gundogan, Gabriel Jesus and Ferran Torres pressed to ensure the hosts a big advantage, while Granit Xhaka’s red card 10 minutes before the break made it even more difficult for the North Londoners.
Matt Critchley, a reporter for beIN Sports, said during his half-time team talk the suppression of Arsenal’s manager has asked his star man to double his efforts, something that did not go well with the former Scotland striker.
“When Matt Critchley arrives and says Arteta is asking Aubameyang to run a little more and I think ‘Aubameyang should not be asked a little more’, he should run a little more, ” Gray said. HITC.
The team led by Pep Guardiola added two more goals after the break with permission from Rodri and Torres to sentence the Gunners to their third defeat in a row.
They conceded nine goals without scoring even one in their first three games.
Talked after the gameAubameyang realized that the team’s performance level was simply not good enough.
“You have to take risks and you have to be brave, and we did not do that today,” Aubameyang said.
‘After that and the red card it was a very different game, but like I said, it’s not enough, and everyone has to raise the level, look at ourselves in the mirror and work it out as a team and stay together . is the only way to move forward.
“We have to play with courage, and in this type of game you have to play with everything. You have to take risks and we just did not do enough today.
“I think we need to talk between our players. I think it’s important now because we are Arsenal and we need pride.
“We have to talk and tell the truth to each other, be honest and, as I said, raise the bar.
“For sure [the rebuilding process] it’s going to be tough, but we are a team. We need to stay together right now.
“As senior players we also have to show the way to the young players. I know it will not be easy, but we will try to do our best.”