Mikel Arteta issues apology to Arsenal fans – Reveals Reason for the Defeat
Mikel Arteta issues apology to Arsenal fans after opening day defeat. A depressed Mikel Arteta apologized to Arsenal’s baying fanbase after his side’s 2-0 loss to Premier League new young men Brentford, saying it wasn’t ‘the outcome or execution’ he needed.
The Gunners finished keep going season on a high with four successes on the ricochet yet persevered through a hopeless re-visitation of first class activity at a rambunctious Brentford Community Stadium, with Sergi Canos and Christian Norgaard netting in one or the other half to discharge the hosts to triumph.
The north London outfit seemed obtuse in assault in the nonappearance of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette –who missed the conflict through ailment – and battled to make advances against Brentford’s high press across a disappointing an hour and a half.
Emile Smith Rowe and Kieran Tierney were two focusing lights for the guests yet the Bees held firm to seal a well known and merited success, 74 years on from their last match in the top division.
Weapons store should rapidly track down their forefront, with Chelsea and champions Manchester City next up in the class.
‘Most importantly, thank you due to the help that they are providing for the group, the voyaging fans that were here,’ Arteta told correspondents at his post-match public interview.
‘What’s more, from that point forward, I am sorry for the outcome and we realize that we need to improve.
‘We have two defining moments coming up this moment and we need to an alternate exhibition to get an alternate outcome.’
The Spaniard added: ‘We are very disappointed to start the way we did in the season.
‘We didn’t get the result or performance that we wanted.’