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Tierney: ‘There are no excuses’

Mon 14 December 2020 | 8:57

Kieran Tierney thinks they deserved to be booed by their own fans as they had a poor performance in the game against Burnley.

Kieran Tierney

believes

Arsenal

deserved to be booed by the fans since they have lost their last four

Premier League

matches.

Their last game was against

Burnley

and it was the first game in which fans could attend at their home venue since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

With Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's 73rd minute own goal, Arsenal lost the game 1-0 to Burnley and left them in the 15th position in the Premier League after 12 games and only four wins.

"[The boos] was deserved," Tierney said.

"They are coming out here and supporting us."

Tierney does not believe

Xhaka

’s red card cost Arsenal the game but admits that it made the game more difficult for them.

He also said that the club was still behind coach

Mikel Arteta

.

"It is hard to say the red card cost us the game. It was always going to be a lot tougher," Tierney said.

"We are not showing the manager what we can do and how much we believe in him.

"Every game there are signs we are doing a bit better but it is still not good enough. At halftime, we need to be going in in the lead but we are not doing that.

"Hard work is the only thing [that can fix this], nothing else for it. There are no excuses. There is nothing I can say that will make people believe a positive thing is going to come out of this.

"We are lucky we have a great manager. We just need to show better on the pitch."

 Arsenal are going to face Southampton on Wednesday.


source: SportMob

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