Unai Emery raves about Lucas Torreira’s start at Arsenal

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Mesut Ozil have been accused of inhaling nitrous oxide at a club in London

Former Manchester United striker, Dimitar Berbatov has advised Arsenal playmaker, Mesut Ozil on how he can save his Gunners' career under manager, Unai Emery. "And he is hungry".

Arsenal midfielder Lucas Torreira has been likened to club legend Patrick Vieira in recent months, but former Tottenham player Garth Crooks believes the Uruguayan is more in the mould of Emmanuel Petit.

Emery is a manager who is courageous enough to make changes as at when due, he will definitely bring the best out of his players, whether they start or not.

"I want more rhythm in the match and the opposition can decide, when it has the ball, their rhythm and how they want to play, and it is a tough match for that, because the opposition stopped a lot in fouls".

"This doesn't help, so I don't like to give any comments on the referee's decisions". Age doesn't matter. He's unbelievable'.

Emery added: "It was a very important result for us".

Wagner was rightly pleased with the fighting spirit displayed by his side in an often tetchy game that saw referee Paul Tierney show nine yellow cards, including five in as many minutes before the break.

"We found a victory today".

Whether or not Ozil is sold in the coming winter transfer window or next summer I think the likelihood is that Arsenal will be marching on into the future without our German number 11.

Alex Iwobi in action for Arsenal during an English Premier League match.

Mustafi has started every Premier League game for Arsenal so far this season and was once again selected to line-up in a back three alongside Sokratis and Stephan Lichtsteiner against Huddersfield Town on Saturday afternoon.

"Unfortunately, we haven't got one, but we can keep our head held high after this performance against a top-class side".

It's widely known that the 28-year-old spends a lot of time on video games - he launched his own eSports team earlier this season after all - but it does seem like a stretch at best to suggest it's the principle cause of his long-standing back issues. "Obviously we wanted to make it uncomfortable for them".



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