“Arteta” in charge of the team for 100 matches

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Mikel Arteta, the big boss of the “Arsenal” of Arsenal, unassuming, says he has little experience on the team’s path. After celebrating his 100th team with a 1-0 victory over Watford.

“I’m just a kid in management. If you compare yourself to someone like Claudio Ranieri, for example, I’m very honored to be in charge here,” Arteta said

when asked about his performance. A team that keeps improving The Spanish boss said:

“It shows the unity, courage and development of the team. W have achieved some improvements in terms of performance over the past 2 months. But there is still a lot to do.”

For his 10th unbeaten record, Arteta said: I felt a sense of unity around the club. among the players I saw them excited the day before playing at the Emirates Stadium and the bench seats. They are determined to get on the pitch.”

Arsenal thought they had hit the front early on, Watford giving the ball away on the edge. Of their own box before Bukayo Saka would eventually turn home – only for the England man. To be called offside following a VAR check.

The game became scrappy with both sides picking up a couple of cautions. Before Arsenal were awarded a penalty just after the half-hour.

Ainsley Maitland-Niles miscued a long-range effort which fell towards Alexandre Lacazette, who was clattered by Danny Rose.

Referee Kevin Friend pointed to the spot but Aubameyang’s penalty was brilliantly saved by Foster.ADVERTISEMENT

The incident seemed to spur on Watford, with Kucka having a shot blocked behind and Rose scuffing a strike from the resulting corner.