Sunday, February 26, 2012

Arsene Wenger: Arsenal Not Out!

Arsenal won 5-2 over local rivals Tottenham Hostpur in a fierce match at the Emirates on Sunday (26/2), after the first two goals behind early in the first half. Bacary Sagna, Robin van Persie and Tomas Rosicky reverse the situation to be 3-2, before Theo Walcott scored twice to complete the feast of the Gunners.
Before kick-off, Arsenal under pressure after defeats against AC Milan in the first leg Champions League round of 16 and Sunderland, and now back to fourth with 46 points, on goal difference from Chelsea.

"Today we showed Arsenal's lifetime than what people think before the game. We had games where the team with technique and speed is perfect."

"Everything was perfect, apart from a very bad start. I think Tottenham started off well in the first five minutes, but after that we are good in all 85 minutes.

"We dominated the game. We left and did not want to lose 2-0 in a match. We are eager to win the fight and has a wonderful spirit," a French commentator's coach.

"Still we might finish above Tottenham if maintaining performance. Still possible, but it will depend on consistency. Every team in the Premier League can now lose points.

"We both have a tough schedule, but if it continues to play like that, why not?"


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