Bernd Leno has revealed what Unai Emery had told his players after their defeat to Crystal Palace. Arsenal lost their last game against Crystal Palace 3-2 at home.
A defeat that hurt Gunners hopes of finishing into the top-four. As they are in a four-way race to finish in top-four with Chelsea, Tottenham and Manchester United.
Arsenal lost their home fixture against Crystal Palace by 3-2. A game that Arsenal was expected to win but unfortunately lost. A defeat that cost them some important points.
But a defeat for Manchester United at Everton and Chelsea dropping points against Burnley means a Champions League spot is still in Arsenal’s hands.
Now, speaking ahead of Arsenal’s trip to Molineux, Leno has revealed what Emery told his player after their defeat.
“It was very quiet, everybody was disappointed and frustrated because it was a big chance,” the German goalkeeper told Goal.
“But when the manager came in he said ‘no worries, it’s a disappointing result and a disappointing day but we have to look forward to the next game because qualification for the Champions League is still in our hands’.
“Against Wolves we have another chance.”
Arsenal was left disappointed after suffering a defeat at home to Crystal Palace by 3-2. Unai Emery’s words would definitely have done some healing after their defeat to Crystal Palace. But following disappointing results for Chelsea and Manchester United, Gunners still has all in their hands.
They are a point behind Chelsea with a game in hand. Now, they travel to Wolves to get back to fourth place in the Premier League. A win will lift them back to fourth with a two-point lead over Chelsea.