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Arteta sees the last two weeks as a part of a learning process

Sat 11 September 2021 | 18:11

Now that the Gunners have picked their first win in the PL Arteta has reacted to their performance.

Mikel Arteta

sees

Arsenal’s

results in the beginning weeks of the Premier League as an important learning curve now that they have defeated

Norwich

to end their winless and goalless run.

With their 1-0 win against Norwich, the Gunners have gained their first Premier League points in their new campaign. All the conversations apart Arsenal’s manager has been pleased with his side’s performance and considers it as the result of the last two weeks’ studies.

"We had to suffer but I knew to win the game it would be like this,"

Arteta told BBC Sport post-match

.

"After three defeats things get complicated. I must say it has been the best 10 or 14 days in my professional career. Not the easiest, but the best.

"You learn a lot in difficult moments, who you are with. In difficult moments when you see the people and the level of organization and the fans we have.

"They were ready to suffer today but they just give, give, give to the team. Today and the last week everything glided together.

"We have to improve in a lot of things but today we made seven changes and already it looked different."

The Gunners refused to set an unwanted record of four games without a goal for the first time in the club’s history, and now the squad is more determined to start a new run if what their boss thinks is right.


source: SportMob