Mikel Arteta, Arsenal manager Came out to defend their own decision to send this team onto the field. Causing the artillery to defeat Karang for the first time this season.
Mikel Arteta defendedsubstitute goalkeeper Karl Hein for the team made his debut. As Arsenal were knocked out of the Carabao Cup third roundthe hands of Brighton last night. After Eddie Nketiah opened the first score of the game. They were beaten by the Seagulls with three goals in a row from Danny Welbeck, Kaoru Mitoma and Tariq Lamptey. Giving the Gunners their first defeat at Emirates State. Diem this UFABET season
Arteta changed 10 positions from the last game. The most obvious is the opportunity for Hein, the 20-year-old outpost, to have the opportunity to enter the field before goalkeeper No. 2 Matt Turner became a backup. But it turned out to be a devastating decision for the team. When the Estonian goalkeeper slipped while trying to catch the ball. And later to collect Danny Welbeck’s leg, falling down until the penalty shootout became Brighton’s equalizer.
While the second goal that the team lost, it must be admitted that he may not be able to do much. But for the third goal, he could have done better as Billy Gilmour flowed for Tariq Lamptey to touch the ball away from Reiss Nelson before slipping into the first post past Hai. N went in a sharp way for Brighton to lead Arsenal 3-1 before finishing the game with the score. in the press conference after the game Arteta was questioned over choosing the inexperienced Hein. But the Spaniard defended his decision.
“I think he [Hein] deserves the opportunity. He is his national team’s first choice goalkeeper. And at his age, that must be considered extraordinary.” “If tomorrow I have to let him play again, I will. Mistakes are part of football.” Ultimately, it was a very disappointing night for Arsenal. They have lost just the third time this season in all competitions.
“My view is that the results do not reflect what happens on the pitch. I think it’s clear,” Arteta added. “In the moment when we were clearly dominant, we didn’t take our chances. There is a huge difference between the performance on both sides and we have to suffer from that.” “Unfortunately for the boys. because I think they try very hard. And we should have scored two or three goals in the second half, I would pick the same players if I had the chance again.