Mikel Arteta received his first trophy as a supervisor and expressed his gratitude in the direction of Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola.
- Last Updated: August 2, 2020, 12:04 PM IST
Arsenal supervisor Mikel Arteta expressed his gratitude in the direction of Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola for the function the latter performed in his improvement as a coach, after profitable his first trophy as a supervisor as Arsenal beat Chelsea 2-1 within the last of the FA Cup at Wembley Stadium.
“He has been a key figure in my development as a coach,” Arteta stated at his post-match information convention on Saturday.
“He has my gratitude. I wouldn’t be sitting here today without him. I have to thank him big time.”
It was Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s brace that helped Arsenal overturn a 1-Zero lead Chelsea had within the match.
“Big games require big moments for big players – he did that in the semi-final and now today. People questioning whether he can do it in big games and he’s done it today,” stated Arteta.
The consequence implies that Arsenal qualify for subsequent season’s Europa League. They completed eighth this season within the Premier League, their worst in 25 years.
Arteta, nonetheless, stated that he’s pleased with the steps that the crew has taken since he took over final December.
“I think this is the best moment of my career because I know the difficulties we’ve been through,” he stated.
“I had one mission – make the gamers and workers consider that we may do it. Seeing the change within the dressing room is what makes me extra proud.
“I utterly understood the wants of this soccer membership. I knew the challenges I used to be going through after I decided to return right here and the expectations we are going to all the time have.”
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