Man Utd embarrass themselves with claim about their fans after Arsenal draw

Arsenal boss Unai Emery fears defender Rob Holding faces a lengthy absence with a knee injury

Arsenal boss Unai Emery fears defender Rob Holding faces a lengthy absence with a knee injury

Iwobi was named in the starting line up for the encounter at Old Trafford as Arsenal wasted the lead twice as Manchester United held on for a draw.

It means that José Mourinho's men are still only in eighth place and face an uphill battle to finish the season in the Champions League places.

"In the last two matches he has had a very big performance, working and scoring".

"But I think my game can adapt and [I can] get my game together here and settle down". With the help of my team-mates, the coach and the fans I think I will be improving a lot here.

Jose Mourinho, who left Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku on the bench before bringing them on in the second half, praised the resilience of his side.

Dalot's quick adaptation to life in Manchester has no doubt been aided by his near-flawless English. Obviously there will be a lot of rotation, but everyone is there to play and show 100 per cent in each game.

"I learnt and consumed English in school and I watched TV and movies to give myself an idea".

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The 30-year-old former German worldwide was then not in included the squad for last weekend's North London Derby win over Spurs with an alleged back spasm.

Another fine performance by Arsenal was marred by a serious-looking knee injury to young defender Rob Holding who went off before halftime.

After the game, while speaking to reporters, Arsenal boss Unai Emery was asked whether he felt "frustrated" at the result and the manner of the draw but the Spaniard responded brilliantly. "It was a hard game", Papastathopoulos said.

The desire and effort was visible in all of his Mourinho's players, which is more than can be said for Saturday's 2-2 draw against relegation-candidates Southampton.

"The only thing is about Huddersfield, the games happen very quickly for the players, for me, for us". The derby especially was big for us personally, we knew they were three points in front and wanted to erase that, and we did it.

"Every supporter needs to feel that with us, and push like they pushed against Tottenham".

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