Arsene Wenger defends Alexis Sanchez after being booed

10 Septembre, 2017, 22:48 | Auteur: Lucien Wathelet
  • Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal CAN still win Premier League title despite horrendous start to season

'I feel so sorry for you Arsenal fans. Sportsmail takes a look at both sides of the argument.

But the Gunners were unconvincing in a 4-3 win against Leicester City in their top-flight opener after Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud scored late goals to overturn the lead.

"That might mean we have to play players who do all the running for him and get him the ball to allow him to create". A lot of critics still point to the fact that he has no staying power at the clubs that he manages, unlike Sir Alex Ferguson.

Wenger expressed confidence that star forward Alexis Sanchez who was brought on in the second half and went close a few occasions in the game, will definitely win back the confidence of the Arsenal fans. With the evident improvements also came intense frustrations.

Danny Welback, playing in Sanchez's wide-left position, would open the scoring after just six minutes, courtesy of a trademark bundled finish after good work from Sead Kolasinac.

"Confidence plays a big part in his game and I loved his finishing on his second goal". "Yeah, I mean we have to be happy with what we got".

The Gunners boss signed a two-year contract extension at the Emirates back in May, much to the surprise of Mourinho.

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Arsenal's chief transfer negotiator Dick Law will step down at the end of the month, leaving Arsene Wenger without one of his key allies at the club. It was a serious performance. But there's always the January window. "Normally we have a good rhythm".

Arsenal have their first Europa League match of the season against FC Köln midweek, before they will find out if they can really bounce back when they head to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea next Sunday.

The Chilean received a warm ovation from most in attendance when he was brought on after 75 minutes, although jeers were heard from a small section of the home support. Those boxes could all be ticked, but he was wise to curb his effusiveness.

"In the modern game, I can't see that happening again". PSG broke the world transfer record with their £198m purchase of Neymar from Barcelona while they took Kylian Mbappé from Monaco on a season-long loan with an option to buy him for £166m. He will be quickly back to his best.