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Arteta is happy with his side’s performance without Aubameyang

Sat 11 December 2021 | 19:28

Arsenal boss prefers to focus on his side’s victory instead of Aubameyang’s absence.

Mikel Arteta

left

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

out in their 3-0 victory over

Southampton

due to disciplinary reasons, and after the match, he insists that he wants to focus on his side’s victory instead of answering questions about his decision about the Gabon international.

Pressed for an update on Aubameyang's situation, Arteta responded:

"Let's talk about the game, guys. I'm not going to say anything else, I want to focus on the performance.

"I am really happy that we won. I'm telling you you're not going to get anything else from me.

"I cannot say anything else. You're not going to get anything else from me out of the dressing room."

The head coach also talked about the

Gunners

’ 27th unbeaten home clash against Southampton, insisting that they had good control over the game despite being under pressure in the first 15 minutes.

"The first 15 minutes we started nervy; after that I think we picked up the rhythm of the game, scored a really good goal and started to dominate the game,"

Arteta told reporters after the game.

And about

Odegaard’s

performance, he insisted that the player knows what he is doing when he is around the box.

"He should have scored a hat-trick against Everton,"

Arteta added.

"He's getting in the box more and is understanding what he has to do for the team."


source: SportMob

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