Gabriel Martinelli has promised that Arsenal will not give up on the title despite losing first place..
The Gunners have only managed one point in their last three Premier League games, and Manchester City surpassed them with a 3-1 victory at the Emirates on Wednesday. Arsenal’s confidence has suffered as a result of their poor form, and they travel to Aston Villa on Saturday lunchtime hoping to regain it.
However, Martinelli, who has been struggling with form himself, believes they are strong enough to recover from their setbacks and prevent their season from fading away. “We know our team, we know our qualities, and we’re going to stick together,” said the Arsenal forward..
There are still many games to be played. We know our strengths and will recover. We are a family, and we will fight until the end.
“For sure, it is going to be tough games [at Villa and Leicester], but we are ready. We know our team and are ready to go. We were defeated by Manchester City, but we are Arsenal. We are aware of our size and abilities. We go into the next game determined to win and defeat Villa.”
Martinelli hasn’t scored since New Year’s Eve, but he’s determined to improve and rediscover his form..
The Brazil star also backed Takehiro Tomiyasu to recover from his costly error against City, but admitted that the entire team must eliminate errors.
“I think I can improve,” Martinelli said. Everyone on the team, in my opinion, has room for improvement. I always try to rewatch the game to see where I went wrong and how I can improve. It won’t be any different with this game.
“I am going to rewatch the game and see my mistakes and try to improve for the next game. Mistakes are a part of the game, and we must nail it and try not to make any. It’s easy to say now that you’re here, but it’s much more difficult when you’re on the field..
Of course, in a game like this, the team that makes the fewest mistakes wins, and they did today. We are a team. If one [player] makes a mistake, it affects everyone. We work well together.
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