Mikel Arteta and Nicolas Pépé had a hard time explaining the end of the game they lost completely to the Gunners against Slavia Prague (1-1) on Thursday night.
Too messy and clumsy to win, Arsenal finally thought of beating Slavia Prague on Thursday night in the Europa League quarterfinals. At the end of the game, Nicolas Pépé opened the scoring and thought to offer victory to his teammates. However, it was without counting an equalizer granted at the end of the extra time.
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Coming out of this particularly disappointing draw, Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta found it difficult to accept this poor result. “We needed more in this match. We are disappointed that they conceded this draw in the end. We should not have conceded this corner and won this match 1-0” expressed his regret for the Spanish coach at the RMC Sport microphone.
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“This situation is quite repetitive this season. With the quality we have, we should have been decisive earlier. It is important for them to have scored this goal away from home, but we are able to go and win there.” He then added the Gunners coach, knowing that nothing has been played for qualifiers in the last four.
Second half scorer Nicolas Pépé, the former LOSC player, also had a hard time explaining this completely lost end of the game. “We did the hardest part and then unfortunately we retreated, I don’t know why. It is not over, there is still a return race “, said the attacking wing for RMC Sport.
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“These are things that will serve us later, we will continue to learn. We know it’s complicated there. But we have qualities. We will focus on Sheffield (in the Premier League this weekend) and promote ourselves after this great game.” finally trusted Nicolas Pépé. In short, the Gunners destroyed everything …