Arsenal can seal Premier League top four spot - Unai Emery

Arsenal can seal Premier League top four spot - Unai Emery

Arsenal can seal Premier League top four spot - Unai Emery

Unai Emery said he is not anxious that Arsenal failed to keep a first away clean sheet of the season, as first-half goals from Alex Iwobi and Alexandre Lacazatte secured a 2-1 win at Premier League bottom side Huddersfield.

"This season, we don't have a clean sheet away?"

Victory moves Arsenal a point behind fourth-placed Manchester United in the congested race for UEFA Champions League qualification, with Chelsea going to Manchester City on Sunday afternoon (Monday morning AEDT).

Alexandre Lacazette admitted Arsenal should have scored more than two goals in their win over Huddersfield.

"And our target is this, knowing we need to take the regularity at home and away above all".

When questioned about his sides capability of finishing in the top four, Emery was optimistic. If we ask is it easy or hard, it's hard. After 26 games we are on our way and our motivation is very great and we've brought our target closer.

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The North Londoners were in control for large parts of the game, and after taking the lead in the 15th minute, didn't look like giving the Terriers much of a chance. "The important area is the defence because we have the quality in the front line".

Arsenal have endured an indifferent top-flight campaign, but the Gunners find themselves just one point adrift of Manchester United with 13 matches remaining.

The 22-year-old Iwobi, who was substituted two minutes from time, had a rating of 7.2, completed 61% passes, won four duels and a clearance, en route to equaling his best log of three goals in a single season of the English Premier League.

"In the first half we played very well and had good control. I think today I am very proud with our work".

Arsenal play both legs of their Europe League last 32 tie against BATE Borisov before returning to Premier League action when they host Southampton on February 24.

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