Arsenal have already bounced back verey well from the defeat away to West Brom last week, putting in an emphatic and exciting performance in the Champions League to blow the Croatian club Dinamo Zagreb off the park with our fluent football and great goals.
But the Gunners must do the same again this weekend as we travel to Carrow Road, with a 14 minute plane ride, to face Norwich City and get the race for the Premier League title back on track. Arsene Wenger has been talking to Arsenal Player ahead of the game tomorrow and while the Frenchman is confident that last week was mainly down to bad luck, he knows that his players need to prove it on the pitch.
Wenger said, “I believe we were very unlucky to lose at West Brom and you have to take a distance with the result a little, even if it is really disappointing for us to lose.
“You have to show after that it was an accident and the way we responded on Tuesday night was therefore vital. After that the confidence can drop quickly so it was important for us to respond quickly and keep our chances alive in the Champions League.
“Our team play was very good, we played like a team, we responded like a team and we played together. My love for football is the team play and I felt the quality of our movement, the quality of the way we combined was very, very strong and when you are responsible for a team that gives you hope for the future. The basic ingredients are there.”
Because of the lengthy injury list currently affecting the club, a lot of Arsenal fans felt that the Champions League game this week was one that we could have done without but as it turns out it could have been ideal. The question now is whether we can carry on from that demolition of Zagreb and take our form into the Premier League.
So which Arsenal do you expect to see tomorrow?