Unai Emery has done an wonderful job of taking Arsenal to 20 games in a row unbeaten (out of just 22 in total) and as Arsenal attempt to make it '21 today!' against Huddersfield, the boss is still insisting that his team needs to get even better.
The former Germany global has missed Arsenal's last two Premier League outings - a thrilling 4-2 win over rivals Tottenham and a 2-2 draw away at Manchester United - due to the issue, which some reports suggest has been exacerbated by his lengthy sessions playing the video game Fortnite. Unai Emery has got Arsenal playing without Ozil's strengths and maybe it's time we let him move on. "For me, today was a very good victory in a very tough match".
It means the Arsenal boss will be without the three centre-backs who've played for the majority of this season when we head to the South Coast next Sunday afternoon so Emery has a big decision to make at the back.
"I don't want any distraction - the players are focused on the match".
By the half-time whistle former Tottenham midfielder Alex Pritchard had threatened for Huddersfield and Torreira had forced a fine save from Lossl when he curled towards the top corner, before Shkodran Mustafi being rightly booked for diving in the area concluded the opening 45 minutes.
Whether or not Ozil is sold in the coming winter transfer window or next summer I think the likelihood is that Arsenal will be marching on into the future without our German number 11.
As for Huddersfield, they will feel unlucky not to have held out for a precious point, as they drop into the bottom three.
"Penalty appeals - this is why I don't like to comment". That phone call made me a happy man.
"It was up to me and I went to the Crystal Palace training ground to see them". But we are very competitive and showed character'.
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