Published: Fri, September 21, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Unai Emery reveals what he tells his players before every match

Unai Emery reveals what he tells his players before every match

Unai Emery handed a debut to goalkeeper Bernd Leno, who joined the Gunners from Bayer Leverkusen, while Stephan Lichsteiner, Lucas Torreira and Henrikh Mkhitaryan returned to the line up.

"It was disappointing to see the two goals go in because there was progress in the 90 minutes", said Emery.

"In the first half last night, the opposition was very deep, so we had big problems getting chances".

Aubameyang would strike again after half-time, while Arsenal's other goals were scored by Danny Welbeck and Mesut Ozil in the 4-2 win.

"I think the first 60 minutes were good with imposing our ideas against them and also, little by little in the match, winning battles on the pitch to be near to scoring", he said.

'For him, it takes minutes for the game and confidence for continuing also because he will be continuing to play matches in the next week'.

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"You have to say he's played with a lot of heart, a lot of spirit for a youngster, there's ingredients in his game that might have been missing from the team".

The Uruguayan worldwide was heavily involved against Vorskla as he dictated play from the deep-lying midfield role and helped Arsenal ease in to a commanding 3-0 lead thanks to a Danny Welbeck header and a sublime double from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

The 26-year-old told Standard Sport on his start at Arsenal: "I came to the club to play every game".

The Gunners are at home to Marco Silva's side for another Premier League on Sunday and Emery can only "hope" his Uruguayan star will be match fit. "And today I think was a good opportunity for not conceding goals, but I think the last 20 minutes, we need to be better on this competitive aspect".

Van Dijk, who has played every single minute of Liverpool's campaign so far this season, is slowly establishing himself as one of the best defenders in England, if not in Europe, and many feel he has hardly put a foot wrong.

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