Alex Iwobi frustrated with Arsenal’s draw against Manchester United

Alex Iwobi frustrated with Arsenal’s draw against Manchester United

Arsenal forward, Alex Iwobi, has blamed momentary loss of concentration for ther 2-2 draw with Manchester United at Old Trafford on Wednesday. "For me, it is very good".

Aaron Ramsey also came off with an ankle injury at Old Trafford, but Emery said "it's smaller than Rob's" and that the Wales worldwide will also be assessed on Friday.

United are now 18 points behind first-place Manchester City and, perhaps more significantly, eight points off the UEFA Champions League qualification places.

"Jose Mourinho brings all his experience and knowledge of the game to us all, not just me", said the 19-year-old.

"He's working with us every day in training and playing in the under-23s with good feeling. It is our main goal for now to get into the top for and I think are will get there". Now we have to think game by game and try to win a lot of matches because this period is very important. Obviously there will be a lot of rotation, but everyone is there to play and show 100 per cent in each game. "Tomorrow we'll train before the game on Saturday and that's the moment you can know if the players will be okay or not for Saturday". The centre-back will be assessed by Arsenal's medical team but he's expected to be out for a while which leaves us light at the back. "A stronger idea with good positioning on the pitch and with the ball, good communication between us to dominate the match".

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Mourinho made seven changes to his United team, including demoting Pogba to the bench, and had to rely on some players who were struggling for full fitness amid injury problems in his squad.

"There's always pressure on people's shoulders when it comes to Man United and it's how you deal with the pressure".

Craig Burley and Steve Nicol break down Manchester United's 2-2 draw with Arsenal in a game that the Gunners should have won.

"For sure we will get there". Our manager is always trying to improve things, so we're never settling. "We need the same spirit as on Sunday [against Spurs]". Arsenal could have still scored a victor later on, with Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and Henrikh Mkhitaryan both close to scoring, but Iwobi admits they were not focused enough to snatch all three points.

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