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3 Things Mikel Arteta was right about and 1 mistake when Arsenal beat Leeds in the cup

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3 things Mikel Arteta was right about and 1 mistake when Arsenal beat Leeds in the cup

Arsenal’s final start for Arteta was a 3-0 win over Wimbledon in the third round of the League Cup. His only chance this season appears to be in the cup thanks to Aaron Ramsdale’s excellent form after arriving at Emirates Stadium for £ 25m.
3 things Mikel Arteta was right about and 1 mistake when Arsenal beat Leeds in the cup

But Leno’s lightning-fast reaction doesn’t seem to free him. He dispelled all possible fears of lack of playing time that suppressed his instincts with an impressive parade in the first half.

Harrison’s corner from Leeds fired well from the penalty area, and the former New York midfielder fired a volley through the crowd.

Eddie Nketiah’s start

3 things Mikel Arteta was right about and 1 mistake when Arsenal beat Leeds in the cup
In his first season of the season, the young man began playing against a team that scored five goals in 19 matches.

Nketia led Arsenal’s attack as the only striker, but it was difficult to get into the game seriously in the first half. He often finds himself in his own half of the pitch as he is not fully served by Arsenal’s flanks.

This will likely be a big disappointment for Arteta, as Leeds’ high defense often leaves him vulnerable to agile attackers slung over his shoulder.

3 Things right about and 1 mistake when Arsenal beat Leeds in the cup

Surprisingly, Maitland-Niles’s January hire at West Brom made it clear that he was motivated by a desire to play in midfield. And the Universal star fulfilled her wish for United when Arteta worked with Mohamed Elneni.

With a shooter, Frontline regularly pushes Leeds defenders Elneny and Maitland-Niles into the field.

There is plenty of room to protect both.

Unsurprisingly, Emirates Stadium attracts a wide variety of Athletic Scouts. Bielsa’s crew has always been fast, brutal and determined, and judging by Arteta’s headquarters and Arsenal’s approach, the artillery commander wants his country to be that way.

Eddie Nketia, Pepe, Smith Row and Martinelli’s front four; Arsenal’s front line is said to be capable of surpassing Leeds’ defenses. Given the overall pace of League Cup matches, they tend to be slower than Premier League matches, with both sides joining the race to break the speed hurdle.

After a particularly tough weekend trip to King Power Stadium, Arteta made nine substitutions for the national team, beating Aston Villa 3-1.

There was a shift in snipers everywhere, with Emil Smith-Lowe and Whiteman as the only stars to defend his position against Bielsa.

Arteta’s awareness of the benefits of rotation will take root in him after he helped Pep Guardiola at Manchester City.

3 Things Mikel Arteta was right about and 1 mistake when Arsenal beat Leeds in the cup

After a particularly tough weekend trip to King Power Stadium, Arteta made nine substitutions for the national team, beating Aston Villa 3-1.

There was a shift in snipers everywhere, with Emil Smith-Lowe and Whiteman as the only stars to defend his position against Bielsa.

Arteta’s awareness of the benefits of rotation will take root in him after he helped Pep Guardiola at Manchester City.

But the Arsenal boss’ decision to not rest White came back to haunt him, as the £54m summer arrival limped off after 54 minutes.

Former Brighton & Hove center-back Albion are used to life at Emirates Stadium, but the momentum may have waned. In addition, the fact that White was replaced by Chambers continued to determine the winner. Seconds after change of UK citizenship.

Chambers’ super change will be very convenient for Arteta, but the Spaniard will pray that White’s injury is not serious.

 

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