Ramsey pleased with 'tough' Arsenal win

Aug 26, 2018, 00:14
Ramsey pleased with 'tough' Arsenal win

Unai Emery is facing the first big test of his Arsenal career after being forced to deny a training ground row with top earner Mesut Ozil ahead of Saturday's victory over West Ham United.

Reports claimed Emery had a heated argument with Ozil this week in training, but the new head coach insisted that wasn't the case. "After the first two matches, we have two defeats and we need to win this match against West Ham". It'll be a odd one for me as I was never able to go there and play when I went out on loan as you can play against your parent club, but it's one I'm looking forward to.

Debutant Issa Diop put through his own goal, but Ramsey and his team-mates could only rest easily when substitute Danny Welbeck found an assured finish deep into stoppage time.

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"In this week, we just have the three players who will continue to be injured for a couple of months more and Mark Noble has a problem with his back that means he couldn't work", said Pellegrini.

The Gunners have lost their opening two Premier League fixtures against Manchester City and Chelsea, with many fans and pundits questioning whether Emery has the personnel to both play out from the back and adopt a high defensive line as he expects his sides to do. And he feels better today, and before the game he was with the team, with me. Arsenal's defence has leaked five goals in the defeats to Manchester City and Chelsea, and up front they squandered numerous chances against the Blues last week. Of course, we need to add points but in each game we have improved a little bit more.

There have been a lot of different players, no titles, a lot of criticism.

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"The first half, we needed calm".

"Both teams can not win, we will see what we get out of it this weekend but we must work exactly the same again after this game".

Emery seems confident that we are improving.

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Despite not seeming certain himself of potential starters for this fixture, Pellegrini made it very clear that there are places in the team to fight for, and every player could get a breakthrough if they're able to impress. The players, they show every supporter we want and can do the second half going forward with balance, and win the match.

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