Tuesday, 3 December 2019
Defeated in Six Premier League Streak, Freddie Ljungberg Optimistic Arsenal heads to the top 4th
DBasia.news – In the first match after the dismissal of coach Unai Emery, Arsenal were only able to achieve a 2-2 draw against Norwich City on Sunday (1/12). Arsenal caretaker, coach Freddie Ljungberg, believes the Gunners can still finish in the top four despite being defeated in six consecutive Premier League matches.
At Carrow Road, Arsenal won a draw after twice being left behind by the host. One point was able to be brought home to North London thanks to a “two goal” brace from the new captain, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. These results have made the Gunners still rooted to 8th in the Premier League standings.
Currently, with a collection of 19 points, Arsenal are seven points adrift of Chelsea, who are in 4th position. However, Freddie Ljungberg believes finishing in the big 4 is not something that is impossible to reach for the team.
“One hundred percent,” Freddie Ljungberg answered when asked about the possibility of finishing in the top 4 of the Premier League after the match, as quoted by Football London.
That belief is based on one thing, namely tight competition and full of dynamics. “People are losing points everywhere. We also lost points. So, the league today is pretty crazy. “Of course I think Arsenal will be able to get back to the top 4,” explained Freddie Ljungberg.
The Swedish man’s conviction was also based on Arsenal’s appearance at Carrow Road. At home to Norwich City, they were able to appear dominant and create many opportunities. The only weak point is the transition of the game which was still bad.
“We started the
match well. We were really dominant, found lots of space, and scored lots of opportunities.
I think we should be able to excel first, “Freddie Ljungberg stated.
“Everyone can see we have a problem in transition when losing the ball. we
have to fix that. “
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