Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta mentioned he expects a robust response from his gamers once they return to Premier League motion following their 3-0 home defeat by Aston Villa on Sunday.
Ollie Watkins scored twice within the second half after Bukayo Saka’s personal objective after 25 minutes as inconsistent Arsenal fell to their fourth defeat from eight matches this season to sit down 11th within the desk with 12 factors.
“I’d like to have a game tomorrow morning to get this one out of the system. But… in difficult and bad moments, you get a lot of things,” Arteta instructed the membership web site.
“I want to see how people react, how players react and if we start to blame each other or if we just look at ourselves in the mirror and then try to become much better than what we’ve shown tonight, which we are.
“Then, after that, get everybody back together and get the fighting spirit, the belief and the commitment that we’ve shown since I got here, into every game.”
Arsenal nice Ian Wright mentioned that it was among the many worst performances he had seen from an Arsenal facet.
“It was poor in every department. They need to break the lines, they need space to hit the ball into, they were dithering on the ball,” Wright instructed the BBC.
“It was a million miles away from the performance against Manchester United (where they won 1-0). They were streets ahead of us today.”
Arsenal journey to Leeds United on Nov. 22 after the league resumes following the worldwide break.