Defensive errors cost Arsenal again as away-day misery goes on

Defensive errors cost Arsenal again as away-day misery goes on

Defensive errors cost Arsenal again as away-day misery goes on

The north London club suffered a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Newcastle United in the last league tie at St James' Park on April 15.

Arsene Wenger is known for not really hashing things out elaborately, and just letting his team do as they please.

A great target man performance from Slimani, which saw him create the victor from Matt Ritchie, earned the praise from his manager, who brought him on for Gayle which is did change the game. We don't do these mistakes - the team mistakes - when we play at home.

Manager Arsene Wenger made a host of changes from the side that successfully engineered a place in the semi-finals of the Europa League on Thursday.

Arsenal Fan TV are going to have a field-day, aren't they? Newcastle midfielder Mo Diame slipped and gifted the ball to Lacazette who darted forward before picking out Willock, but the opportunity for a strike on goal sailed by while the teenager was trying to work out which foot to use.

As reported earlier, Premier League has voted against introducing VAR next season.

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Petr Cech has warned Arsenal they need to win all their remaining games if they are to climb into the Premier League's top five.

It did look promising for the Gunners at one stage after Alexandre Lacazette gave Arsène Wenger's men the lead in the 14th minute with a good finish at the end of a well-worked move. "Once you're in a negative spiral like this it is very hard to get out of".

After taking the lead, the visitors took control of the game for the next ten minutes or so and they nearly got a second goal when a good passing move ended with Alex Iwobi forcing a good save from Martin Dúbravka.

"I mean, Saturday night's game - that's as good as it gets!"

"I just think Arsenal fans want to see entertaining football and I know this might sound a bit silly...but they want to see teams who go out to win football matches".

However, Quinn has sought to quell any fears among the Newcastle faithful and insisted that the Spaniard will stay in Tyneside if he gets the financial backing of the club's hierarchy.

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