Xhaka describes Arsenal’s win with the right words

Football is always sweetest when you win matches and that doesn’t just apply to the players.

The fans are overjoyed when their beloved club is earning as many wins as possible.

Arsenal has not been given much chance to shine in this campaign with several pundits writing them off.

However, the Gunners have continued to earn important results, and the latest is their 2-1 win against Brentford.

Granit Xhaka enjoyed the win, and after the game, the Swiss midfielder took to Instagram to deliver a message.

He posted an image of himself from the game and captioned it:

“Three points means enjoyable Saturday”

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Now is one of the best times to be an Arsenal fan as we continue to thrill with fine performances.

The players have been underestimated because of a lack of depth in our squad.

We also lost some key players in the last transfer window, and we should have replaced them.

Some teams will consider us weak before games. Hopefully, our players take advantage of that as long as it lasts.

Our next match is against Wolves and it will be a very tough game.

But we have just beaten them 1-0 at their ground and should get the job done again. 

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  1. If we hope to qualify for Europe, we need to beat our direct opponents as they get even tougher. We have 3 late fixtures and very tough ones against Wolves, Chelsea and Tottenham. Any hope for Europe passes through this gateway. We musn’t lose any of these, especially Spurs and Wolves. And we must get a revenge against Chelsea.
    I’m totally for Martinelli playing as 9 and Smith Rowe starting. We cannot afford to have our top scorer starting from the bench. That’s crazy.
    But we must go game after game. No one is favorite with so many games to go.
    Let’s just hope to have the players fit

  2. Isn’t ESR our top scorer ? I can see Omari H coming on
    at some point and make havoc in the oppositions defence

  3. The next few weeks will be an acid test of the team’s resilience and mentality.

    Spurs must have had the Conte hairdryer treatment before their performance against ManC because that was so unexpected and brings them very much into contention. I thought they would lose and that would make top4 probably beyond them

    A win on Thursday would be enormous – putting daylight between us and Wolves who look very much up for the fight

    I’ve learned over the years (and it’s taken lots of those years)never to write off a team lower down the league during the latter stages of the season, especially if they fear the drop. A so called ‘guaranteed’ 3 points becomes a dogfight as relegation day looms. My position is that we have to play at our best to beat everyone and not take anything for granted. I wouldn’t fancy playing the likes of Burnley on the last day of the season if they needed a win to stay up.

  4. Xhaka for once was cool and collective and hopefully stays like that for Arsenal’s run in. That said, I hope we find a way of finishing our chances because against tougher teams chances will be far and few and we need to take them.

  5. Spot on SueP, every game now starts equal and I’d take “one nil to the Arsenal” in all of them, Managers play a part in getting teams into these positions but from here on in it is more about the players

    As you say Conte will get credit for the City win and maybe that’s right but Nuno’s Spurs also beat City and he got the sack a month or so later!

    Kane turned up at the weekend and with the enforced tactic of hitting them on the break it worked a treat for them, let’s see what they can do at Burnley

    Wolves looked good yesterday against Leicester but Leicester are having one of those seasons and missing Forfana and Vardy badly but they still managed to be the better side for most of the game yesterday

    I reckon Wolves will come at us from the off on Thursday as they have gathered a head of steam and it’s a game they need to win the same as us so we might see a different Home game to those against Brentford and Burnley

    Lots of games to play, lots of bumps in the road for all top 4 contenders

    Bring it on!

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