Martin Odegaard captain of armory Admits team must learn lessons after Sunday’s 3-0 home defeat Brighton and Hove Albion that practically puts him out of title contention Premier League,
The Gunners missed a few chances not to rely on themselves to win the crown after a flurry of goals from the Seagulls in the second half at the Emirates Stadium: Julio Enkiso, Deniz Undav and Parvis Estupinan set off a thrashing by Mikel Arteta .
As such, the English league leader, Manchester City, has only one more win in his last three games to secure a third consecutive win, although the Londoners did so without playing on the losing side against Nottingham Forest on Saturday. can do. ,
In this context, when the Norwegian was asked if the team’s mentality was a problem in the decisive stage of the tournament, he said: “No, I don’t think so. I think we were good in the game, but later it was a different The story was there. We have to accept it and learn from it.”
In his detailed analysis, the former Real Madrid midfielder commented: “In the first half we did very good things and we had some moments where we could have created great chances and maybe scored a goal or two. Then in the second”. We gave speed them up. (they) are dangerous directly and especially on our right side; They attacked us from behind there very easily. There are many things we could have done better.
Although Arsenal strategist, Spaniard Arteta has not resigned in the title race, Odegaard admitted his illusions were extinguished.
“Yes, it looks like it (that he won’t be able to fight for the title). I think it’s going to be very difficult now. We have to be honest, so it’s hard to accept,” Sky Sports said in a statement. Negotiations.
“It’s not a good feeling at the moment. The way we played, especially in the second half, I don’t know what happened, to be honest it’s a big, big disappointment. It seems there is no hope now.” Midfielder said…