Lacazette and Arsenal teammates tweet Premier League about Marcos Rojo own goal

Rex Christensen
December 7, 2018

Speaking at his post-match media conference after Arsenal's 2-2 draw at Manchester United, Emery confirmed that Holding had suffered a serious injury setback.

Ozil has not played in almost a month after being benched against Bournemouth and then missing the last three games with a recurrence of back spasms.

Emery added: "Ramsey I think is a small injury but they showed us that afterwards every player responded with a good quality".

'We're on the right way with him, he played two matches with the U23s and our plan is maybe can play against Qarabag, ' Emery said.

When Manchester United were hit with a sudden bout of defensive injuries for the trip to Southampton on Saturday, Jose Mourinho's response was to switch to a 3-5-2 formation to protect makeshift centre halves Scott McTominay.

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"If a player is on the bench he should be wanting to get on and prove that he is better and not say "I don't care".

'For example, our meeting today finished with a speech from Laurent Koscielny, for one minute, which gave us the will to win. "At the moment my news is not good, but we need confirmation". Just three days after thrashing North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur 4-2 at the Emirates, Arsenal came into the game at Old Trafford brimming with confidence. Usually, United create a lot of chances here.

There was a suggestion Ander Herrera was offside in the build-up to United's first goal, while there were some appeals for Rojo to be sent off for a challenge on Matteo Guendouzi, but Emery refused to blame the officials for costing his side a win.

"I know VAR is coming".

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