‘Unacceptable; no hope’ – Odegaard and Arteta downbeat as Arsenal title hopes fade
Arsenal supervisor Mikel Arteta and captain Martin Odegaard have been understandably downbeat after the Gunners’ 3-0 loss at dwelling to Brighton within the Premier League on Sunday.
Second-half targets from Julio Enciso, Deniz Undav and Pervis Estupinan sealed an enormous win for Brighton of their struggle for a spot in Europe subsequent season, however the outcome left Arsenal’s title hopes in tatters as they misplaced a sport they merely needed to win.
“We have now to apologise for the efficiency within the second half. It was not acceptable,” Arteta informed BBC Match of the Day.
“Mathematically, it is nonetheless potential however now it is not possible to consider it. We have to digest the outcome and the efficiency within the second half, perceive why and have a special response.”
Metropolis have three video games left and now must win solely a type of, having dropped simply two factors of their final 14 within the Premier League.
“It’s going to be very tough now, we’ve got to be sincere. It’s powerful to take,” Odegaard informed Sky Sports activities.
“It isn’t a very good feeling in the meanwhile. The best way we performed, significantly within the second half. I do not know what occurred to be sincere.
“It looks like there is no such thing as a hope now.”