“Everyone plays at their limit.” Havertz says players prepared for challenges ahead.

Kai Havertz insists that Arsenal’s players work diligently every week to maintain focus and secure victories.

The Gunners have reclaimed their position as the leading side in the Premier League after a comfortable win against Brighton.

Before their game, they were aware that Manchester City had moved above them in the Premier League table, having won their earlier match.

In theory, this should have put pressure on Mikel Arteta’s men in this captivating title race.

However, after the game, Havertz, who scored one goal and provided an assist, asserted that they were not even thinking about the title race.

They just want to play their part and win one game at a time. He said to Premier League Productions:

“To be honest, we didn’t speak about the league [before the game], we focussed on ourselves and tried to win the game. It’s not the moment to analyse something, but to win our matches. I think we are ready for the challenge, we are there and we are up for it. Every week everyone plays at their limit.” 

Just Arsenal Opinion

Our players have the right attitude towards the title race and Havertz has just demonstrated that in this interview.

We remain in contention to win the league, but because the race is so close, we need to focus on winning our own games and ignore the table and other clubs until the end of the term.

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  1. Arsenal unsung hero and depending on the pundit you listen to another man of the match performance, it is looking more and more likely he will play a big part of any silverware landing in the red half of London.

  2. Kudos to Havertz. 👍
    We need such Mentality now. We should not OverCalculate things.🙂
    And Gabriel Jesus needs to start Scoring now! 🙁

    1. I can only comment on what I saw yesterday and Havertz was in the right place at the right time. He popped up everywhere almost without me noticing. Making good passes, defending when required and then getting a goal too.

      That’s not to say that the rest of the team didn’t play their part- because they did. An individual goal by Trossard (those often result in a cock up) Raya’s save was excellent and defensive duties were all expertly done. It’s just that Havertz was the best on the day and deserved the praise he received

      A nod to Allanball08
      Onwards and upwards

  3. All the best for him and thanks for MA insisting of playing him ……. the thing’s got to come to Arsenal this time around

    I was just uncomfortable with Brighton especially at home …. great that the boys did a good job!!

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