Arsenal easy win at Emirates on Saturday after midfielder Thomas Partey put the home team ahead with a beautiful cut from outside the box Harry Kane equalize from the penalty spot, with Gabriel Jesus and Granite Xhaka netting after halftime break.
North London has endured a poor record recently compared to traditional ‘Big Six’ parties, and Arteta said: “[It was] 100% necessary because when you play such a big game you want to win.
“Those opinions are true because when you look at the top and just put it in context you can do it, but that’s how you give and receive information and how does that affect you?” are not.
“For me, the message is to the players and everyone at the club that we can play at this level against an opponent like this. That will give them confidence and confidence. believe.”
However, Arteta downplayed his team’s title prospects, despite assuring that they would end another weekend at the top of the table.
“Looking at the table and seeing the club in this position is amazing,” continued the Spaniard. “Obviously it gives you a great feeling. But we’re focused. It’s a really hungry and humble team, believe me. We haven’t done anything and there’s still a lot of work to be done. needs improvement. That’s the direction we’re taking.”