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Europa League: Why PSV defeated Arsenal 2-0 – Mikel Arteta

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Arsenal boss, Mikel Arteta has outlined why his crew was defeated 2-0 by PSV Eindhoven in Thursday’s Europa League tie.

Arteta watched as PSV defeated Arsenal at Philips Stadion.

Joey Veerman and Luuk de Jong scored the aims for PSG in the direction of the Gunners.

Speaking at his post-match press conference after the game, Arteta acknowledged that Arsenal did not have the consistency for 95 minutes to maintain up the extent they wished all through the tie.

According to him, his crew have been poor in the direction of the host and did not have aggression in the direction of PSV.

“I don’t know. We have periods where we have been excellent and periods where we have suffered. For sure, we have not had the consistency for 95 minutes to maintain the level we want. That’s the next challenge and the next aim for this team,” Arteta acknowledged.

“Today, I really feel it was very utterly completely different, correct from the beginning. Even though we had intervals the place we managed the game, I didn’t actually really feel that we had the menace and the aggression that now we have now been having fun with at.

“That was worrying. In the second half, the moment something went wrong, we just went down, and we didn’t really find moments to give us some hope to react and get something out of the game. Today we were extremely poor,” the Spaniard added.

Europa League: Why PSV defeated Arsenal 2-0 – Mikel Arteta

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