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Arsenal have played some good football, Jesus causing a lot of problems, great intensity to the match now.
Whatever happens I am just shocked and happy that Ten Hag has managed to turn our worst ever Premiership team into a gritty competitive side.
To be fair I was really worried after you scored. Rashford looks rejuvenated under Ten Hag. FPL points for me, good differential.
I raised an eyebrow to Arteta's substitutions.
I understand trying to get the equaliser, but I don't see hoe these changes could have done anything but strengthen United's counter attack.
It was too gung-ho especially when Arsenal were the better team in open play.
Yes, I think keeping those players on would have been better…
For Arsenal this falls into those games where they play well, but individual errors and lack of experience plays a huge difference (too common for this club). They're the youngest PL side, and at times it shows. I don't think Arsenal are anyway near a title contender, nor do I genuinely think they will get top four. One can hope for a top four finish though.
For United, this is a sign of huge improvement. If Chelsea and Liverpool concede points going forward, they can be top four contenders – maybe even top three.
Arsenal look good from an outside perspective I think second is not beyond possibility, Liverpool are a shadow of the side they were last season.