Published: Mon, November 05, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Xhaka confident Arsenal will finish in top four

Xhaka confident Arsenal will finish in top four

Arsenal manager, Unai Emery has praised midfielder, Granit Xhaka for his outstanding performance during the 1-1 draw with Liverpool at the Emirates.

"Each game we know what we do", he said. We know that it's going to be hard, but we know how to win the Premier League and we will try.

"I haven't watched it back and to be honest I'm someone who is not really interested in this kind of thing", Mane said, quoted by the Liverpool Echo.

"They played some good football and there were spells in the game when we had to rough it out and try to defend".

"A lot of small things have changed". "When you're 1-0 up in a game like that you need to see it out and we didn't do that", he said.

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This staggering tally of goals in unbeaten games has stretched a whopping 16 years for five clubs - Liverpool, Man City, Aston Villa, Newcastle, and Leeds - dating back to 2002 when he bagged his first goal for Leeds at the tender age of just 16.

Liberated by the phenomenal Lucas Torreira alongside him, Xhaka was as dynamic and destructive as he has been in an Arsenal shirt.

"It's very important when you play against City, Chelsea and Liverpool and if you win it's better". He's getting better. I think he should buy all of the newspapers and read this.

Xhaka's emergence under Emery has earned the Swiss global lots of praise this season and suggested the 26-year-old can be a success at Arsenal. But by nearly every other measure this was a totally different player to the midfielder who so regularly disappointed in the biggest games under Arsène Wenger.

"If you look at last season, especially away from home against the so-called top six teams, we didn't do well enough".

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