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Arsenal captain Granit Xhaka states that the Gunners”were too fearful” as they let slide a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 in Watford.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored in the first half for the visitors however, also the Hornets hit back through Tom Cleverley plus a Roberto Pereyra penalty after the break.
Watford ended on goal, 23 of these coming in the next half.
“No-one wanted the ball. In the end we are happy to bring a point,” Xhaka said.
“We didn’t show our game in the second half, so we were too scared.”
Watford’s first goal came permitting Cleverley to score.
Since the beginning of last year, Arsenal’s players have left a combined 14 mistakes resulting in opposition goals in the Premier League – at least more .
Even the 31 shots Watford had against the side of Unai Emery were the Arsenal because Opta began collecting this data in 30, have faced in a Premier League fixture.
Xhaka included:”Every group in the Premier League is strong enough to score but you must stay calm, to demonstrate good character, to be emotionally strong. We weren’t today.”
Arsenal are without win in three subsequent defeat at Liverpool and pulls against Watford and currently Tottenham after winning their first two Premier League matches of the season against Burnley and Newcastle.
“We have a whole lot of young players,” said Emery. They will learn from the next matches.
“We shall continue with our way of functioning. We will need to improve, to take some information. But also we’ll learn about that.”
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