Arsenal fall short of West Ham on the 29th
He dropped to second place after losing to league-leading Liverpool
“We need to improve more!” 에볼루션 바카라사이트
English Premier League Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta expressed regret after losing a home game against West Ham United on Tuesday. Despite expressing disappointment, he clearly expressed his commitment to perform better in the future.
Arteta did not hide his disappointment in an interview with the BBC after losing 0-2 at home against West Ham in round 19 of the 2023-2024 EPL at the Emirates Stadium in London, England on Sunday. “We need to improve,” he said. “We were in the lead. We wanted to keep our No. 1 ranking. But we ended up playing a very disappointing game.” On VAR (video assistant referee), which was under controversy, Arteta expressed his disappointment. “The technology we currently have is not clear enough,” he said.
Arteta pointed out that he dominated the game but did not win. “We have completely dominated the game. We have created a really good atmosphere,” he said. “But today was a disappointing night. Now we have to get ourselves up for the next game.” He also said, “It was dominant for 100 minutes (including all the extra time). This is soccer. We have to improve certain areas,” adding, “The players put a lot of effort into it. We are going through a difficult time right now, but we have to prepare for another game.”
Arsenal lost the home game against West Ham 0-2 on Tuesday. They lost the game to Tomasz Soucek in the 13th minute of the first half and Konstantinos Mabropanos in the 10th minute of the second half. As Arteta said, the game showed good performance. They led the game 30-6 in terms of shots fired, and 8-3 in terms of shots fired. They also dominated the game with 74.2-25.8 in possession rate. They scored 746-262 and corner kick 10-3. However, they failed to score a goal and collapsed as two of the opponents’ three shots on target lost points.
Arsenal, which had been in the lead through the 18th round, dropped to second place after losing 40 points. They allowed Liverpool (42 points) to overtake Burnley by 2-0. With sluggish performance with one draw and one loss in two recent league games, they are being closely followed by Aston Villa (39 points), Manchester City (37 points), and Tottenham Hotspur (36 points). They will play an away game against Fulham in the 20th round on Saturday. West Ham, which caught a big fish in the away game, jumped to sixth place with 33 points.