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Premier League: Arsenal’s Arteta receives “coconut”: “We’ve already beaten them without Casemiro”


After a draw (1-1) against Palace, which left United eight points behind Arsenal leadership With another match to end his nine-match winning streak, Ten Hag tested positive ahead of his visit to the UAE. “The last time we beat them without Casemiro. We know how to do it,” said the Dutchman.

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in the first round, The Red Devils defeated the Gunners (3-1) at Old Trafford, and this was the only defeat of the season in the league. They are the ‘coconuts’ for Arsenal in this campaign. United beat them without the Brazilian from the start – jumping in in the 80th minute – and they will seek to repeat it without the “punished” former Real Madrid player. Still the hardest for ManU.

Last time we beat them without Casemiro. We know how to do it

Eric ten Hag, United manager

“We learned important lessons from that defeat and why it happened. You can control the game and lose it to United who have many ways of creating problems for youArteta warned after the defeat in which Rashford scored a brace.

We learned important lessons from that defeat and why it happened. You can control the game and lose it to United who have many ways of creating problems for you

Mikel Arteta, Arsenal manager

Only Southampton (1-1), Newcastle (0-0) Their rivals stopped Arsenal in the Premier League, which adds 47 points out of 54 and is the leader with five points more than City, who has another duel and receives Lopetegui’s wolves today.

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Odegaard, on a roll

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Half the league is missing and everything can take several turns. We have to be consistent. It’s the only thing we can control.”Arteta explained. At home, they have achieved 22 points out of 24 with Odegaard already surpassing seven goals in the last Premier League (eight). They’re on a roll.



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