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Mikel Arteta react to crushing 4-0 defeat at Anfield

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mikel arteta react to 4-0 crushing defeat at anfield

 

 

Arsenal young team learnt a football lesson at Anfield, they were thoroughly beaten by a scintillating Liverpool team. The Gunners could not cope with Liverpool pressure, this led to schoolboy error and the Reds made no mistake punishing Arsenal.

 

 

 

Mikel Arteta react to 4-0 crushing at Anfield, a night that his team was battered by Jurgen Klopp men. They showed Arsenal no mercy, as they have often done at Anfield.

 

 

HERE’S MIKEL ARTETA REACTION AFTER THE GAME

 

 

ON HIS OPINION OF THE GAME…

 

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We competed really well in the first half – they had their moments, we had our moments. We were really compact and used the ball in the right way to create some situations.

 

We had a goal disallowed and then we conceded a goal from a set-play. In the second half, when we had to build some momentum and start to grow [into] the match, we threw it away in the first 15 to 20 minutes. We gave every ball away in very dangerous areas. We had [them under] no pressure. They punished us, we lost control of the game and they had all the momentum.

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ON THE TOUCHLINE BUST-UP WITH JURGEN KLOPP…

 

 

He was trying to defend his side, I was trying to defend mine and that’s it. I think the atmosphere was incredible right from the beginning, so that’s it.

 

 

ON HOW HE WILL PROPEL HIS PLAYER AFTER THIS DEFEAT…

 

 

 

Here it doesn’t matter whether you play young or senior players – I’ve seen all types of players suffer on this ground. When you go 2-0 or 3-0 down, it’s very difficult and we suffered. It’s a learning process – today there are a lot of things that we should take but the most important one after a result like that is the next one, and to forget about this one.

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ON THE NEED TO BOUNCE BACK QUICKLY…

 

 

 

That’s what big and good teams do, and that’s what we have to do. On Monday, we’ll start again, review the match, the things that we should have done better and understand the reason why we lost it. Then we’ll correct it and focus completely on Newcastle.

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