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Arteta dreaming of ‘beautiful’ final day after Arsenal win – ‘There are always possibilities’ – “living one of the most beautiful days”…



Mikel Arteta is envisioning a “spectacular” final day after Arsenal’s victory over Manchester United, securing a thrilling conclusion to the Premier League title race.


Mikel Arteta commended his team for their victory over Manchester United, securing a crucial win that keeps the Premier League title race alive until the final day. Leandro Trossard’s goal was the decider in the match at Old Trafford, propelling Arsenal to the top of the table ahead of Manchester City. However, their rivals still have a game in hand against Tottenham, making the title race a nail-biting affair.


Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta commended his players for their ability to secure a victory against Manchester United, ensuring that the Premier League title race will continue until the final day. Leandro Trossard’s goal was the sole difference-maker in the game, as The Gunners earned a rare three points at Old Trafford.


As a result, Arsenal now sits above Manchester City in the standings, although their rivals still have a game in hand against Tottenham.


Mikel Arteta is filled with anticipation, hoping to experience one of the most memorable days in his career after Arsenal’s triumphant 1-0 win over Manchester United at Old Trafford, which guarantees that the title race will be decided on the final day.


Leandro Trossard found the back of the net in the 21st minute, taking advantage of a defensive lapse by Casemiro, resulting in United’s record-tying ninth home defeat of the season.


With this victory, The Gunners have moved one point ahead of Manchester City. However, they will need Pep Guardiola’s side to stumble in one of their remaining two matches if they aspire to claim their first Premier League crown in twenty years.


However, regardless of the outcome, Arteta is satisfied that his team has made progress compared to last season. They had previously squandered an eight-point lead and lost to City.


Arteta expressed his desire to make the last game in front of their fans and families a memorable one. He acknowledged that anything can happen in football and there are always possibilities.


Interestingly, City’s game in hand is against Spurs on Tuesday night. Havertz, who has been in excellent form recently, admitted that he will support Tottenham for one day and Arteta will also be cheering for their fierce rivals.


On the final day, Arsenal will host Everton while City will welcome West Ham. This day will determine the outcome of one of the closest title battles in recent times.


This achievement was made possible by a performance that showcased Arsenal’s ability to grind out results even when they are not at their best.


The clash between these two prestigious clubs usually provides a spectacle, but this time it was more subdued under the bright lights of Old Trafford.


Arsenal took the initiative early on and capitalized on Casemiro’s lapse in concentration to take the lead. Despite limited clear-cut chances for both teams, securing the three points was the primary objective, especially in a stadium where victories have been rare for The Gunners.

Nonetheless, the three key points were the only focus, particularly within a stadium that has historically not been favorable to The Gunners.

Arteta emphasized, “We are aware of the challenges, which is why we have only managed to secure victory twice in the past two decades here.”

He continued, “We had a strong start to the game and even scored a goal, but unfortunately, it had a negative impact on us. This led to us playing defensively, moving the ball backwards, and failing to progress our gameplay or create the desired threat. As a result, we lost possession frequently, leading to an open game.”


Our defensive performance was exceptional. We managed to limit the opposition’s chances, which ultimately led to our victory.


Winning brings us joy, although we aim to improve our gameplay, especially considering the opportunities we had in the second half. This is a necessary progression for the team.


The challenge today was the pressure of the match. Similar to our performance against Spurs, the team deserves recognition for their efforts.