Arsenal must focus on Manchester United trip not Tottenham win - Unai Emery

Ruben Ruiz
December 2, 2018

Unai Emery's first north London derby will certainly not be one he forgets in a hurry. For us it's the same, special, but above all three points.

The German midfielder was left to sit on the Gunners' bench last week, as Emery admitted Ozil was not suited to a "very demanding match with physicality and intensity".

After celebrating with his Spurs teammates, the England man was initially oblivious to the follow-up and was seen running back to a starting position, ready for play to be allowed to restart by referee Mike Dean.

But while players and fans celebrated wildly at the final whistle after restoring local bragging rights and climbing above Spurs in the Premier League table, Emery attempted to turn attention to Wednesday's trip to Old Trafford.

"We know it will be very hard in Manchester, because of their history and their present, we are going to prepare in the best way possible, to have the best performance against them". We didn't win that one but today we won against a good team and showed a very good performance.

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"I don't know if it will happen".

Pochettino charged down the touchline to control his players but the goal lifted Tottenham and moments later they hit the front as Dean again pointed to the spot. "It will be hard, a big challenge for us".

Speaking before Arsenal's clash with Tottenham, Neville said: "I wouldn't be surprised [if Ozil is left out]". We knew we could still do it, ' he said.

Second-half substitute Alexandre Lacazette put the Gunners back in front in the 74th minute and Lucas Torreira put the icing on the cake for Arsenal with a well-taken strike just three minutes later. Holidng told reporters ahead of the game.

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