Lingard, De Gea lead Man Utd past Arsenal

Violet Powell
December 4, 2017

Amazing, phenomenal, fantastic. They deserved three points.

And the 25-year-old marshalled the Manchester United midfielder expertly during their thrilling victory over title rivals Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday evening.

"He is very frustrated because everybody knows that Paul is a clean player and it was not his intention at all to be close to a red card".

"It has been a tough week for Manchester City, but a good one, though it has also been a good week for Manchester United as well, in terms of competitors chasing City", Neville said in his latest podcast. "So people don't think about me, they don't care about me".

'We had a spell where we had four shots and everything went in, this time it was the opposite'.

"We are second and are chasing the top of the table".

'We played against Huddersfield and we were on the other side of it (winning 5-0 last Wednesday).

Despite the strength of United's counter-attacking and defensive display, the brunt of the attention was fixated on Arsenal's failure to capitalise on their consistent domination and understandably, the fans collectively voiced their frustrations with their team's result, despite the strong performance they put in over the ninety minutes. "That's very hard to accept".

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After that David De Gea kept them at bay with a goalkeeping masterclass which included a Premier League record-equalling 14 saves, until Lacazette gave them hope.

Wenger said: "I am not Pochettino, I am Arsene Wenger".

It was off a bad giveaway, and Arsenal had a second one moments later.

Jesse Lingard's brace was one of the biggest talking points on the night as the Englishman added to his impressive mid-week showing with a pair of well taken goals but despite this, the real hero for the Red Devils was the Spaniard between the posts.

"You have to dictate from the start and show strength in duels from the back", Wenger said.

"We have produced an excellent performance but have conceded three goals and had at least 10 chances and were not efficient enough in the box, that is the reality".

The French ace, 24, won both the League Cup and Europa League during his first season back in the English game, but believes that analysis was distorted because of his price tag.

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