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3 Things that went wrong for Arsenal in their lose to Liverpool and how Mikel Arteta can prevent same against Chelsea and Tottenham



Arsenal vs Liverpool

Liverpool advanced to the Carabao Cup final after defeating Arsenal 2-0 in the second leg of their semi-final on Thursday at the Emirates Stadium.

The first leg, which took place at Anfield a week ago, finished in a 0-0 draw. Diogo Jota scored a stunning brace to help Liverpool reach the FA Cup final against Chelsea in late February.

Arsenal had a great start to the game, coming close to scoring on many occasions in the first ten minutes.

The Reds’ momentum was halted by a moment of brilliance from Jota, who scored the game’s first goal.

When a classic Trent Alexander-Arnold cross into the far picked up Jota, he made it two for the night. Before chipping the ball, the Portuguese attacker displayed excellent control.

The Portuguese attacker had good control of the ball before chipping it beyond Ramsdale. The goal had previously been declared offside, but the decision was overturned by the Video Assistant Referee (VAR).

Liverpool will now face Chelsea in the final at Wembley Stadium in London on February 27. Upon this report, here 3 things that went wrong for Arsenal

#1. Lacking Clinical Finishing Up Front

Arsenal played a good game even with the lose, but they lacked finish up front, Arsenal are one of the top team in England currently, but the difference from other England giant their is finishing.

The team wasted lot of chance in their game. And would have done better if they took their chances.

#2. Poor Coaching Decision

After so much stress that Thomas Partey faced, also with their poor performance in the afcon, Mike Arteta decision to bring him in didn’t pay off, as the team needed a physically and mentally strong sub, Partey did came on, haven gone through alot of stress recently.
Mikel Arteta shouldn’t have bring him in.

#3. Lack Of Discipline

Arsenal got their 14th red card under Mike Arteta, Making it 3 red card in their last 4 games. Two Against Liverpool, one Against Manchester city.

Thomas Partey came on in the second half, but didn’t stayed too long as the Ghanaian Midfielder didn’t last long, got two yellow card within 3 minutes.

Arsenal have not won any of their last three match in all competition, but need to strike fast to keep things rolling.

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