Arteta apologizes as Liverpool trash Arsenal


Mikel Arteta gave an individual expression of remorse for Arsenal's exhibition on Saturday, saying he was 'in stun' and confused with regards to why his players 'couldn't assemble three passes'. 

Arteta was irate after Arsenal's dull 3-0 misfortune by Liverpool, adding that his players need to show 'enormous balls' in Thursday's conceivably season-characterizing Europa League game against Slavia Prague. 

Stockpile lost notwithstanding the three most costly parts in the club's set of experiences beginning interestingly this season. Alexandre Lacazette, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Nicolas Pepe – who cost a joined £174.5million between them – began while Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka passed up a major opportunity. 

Without their two foundation graduates, Arsenal represented no danger and Arteta said: 'Liverpool totally had the right to dominate the match, most likely by a greater edge. They were better in each office. 

'We need to apologize to our kin, to our fans. I need to apologize for what we've done on that pitch. I'm completely capable. They were obviously superior to us in each office. They won each duel, each subsequent ball, each challenge. It was one of the most exceedingly awful (exhibitions of Arteta's time at Arsenal). 

'I don't need to utilize any reasons, that we don't have five, six players – it's not about that. I don't mind who was absent. I disdain pardons. They were far superior to us in each and every division. 

'The standard must be higher for this football club and my responsibility is to get them to perform at that level.'

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