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Arteta Delighted at How the Emirates Erupted as Arsenal Sealed Win Over Man Utd

In an exhilarating showdown on Sunday, Arsenal delivered a sensational victory against Manchester United, securing two critical goals in injury time. The Emirates Stadium reverberated with excitement as the Gunners mounted a remarkable comeback.

Following a pattern reminiscent of the previous season, Mikel Arteta's Gunners bounced back after conceding the initial goal to Erik ten Hag's Red Devils, ultimately clinching the crucial points in the dying moments. However, the game's extraordinary narrative extended far beyond the scoreline.

VAR played a pivotal role, with a penalty decision for Arsenal being overruled by the video assistant referee. Later, Man United had a goal disallowed due to a marginal offside, with VAR once again intervening. Both teams squandered significant scoring opportunities throughout the match. Still, in the aftermath, Arsenal's manager, Mikel Arteta, hailed the conclusion as a beautiful ending.

Arteta expressed his gratitude, stating as quoted, "Thank you so much for the crowd and the players for being part of these moments, as they will linger in our memories. It's a monumental game with a rich history, and ending it in this manner was truly brilliant."

He further praised his team's mentality, determination, and unwavering drive to secure victory. Arteta emphasised Arsenal's refusal to concede defeat and acknowledged that while the initial setback was discussed, the team responded swiftly.

Over the course of the 100 minutes, Arsenal displayed dominance, earning a well-deserved victory. However, Arteta also recognized the fine margins that define matches involving top-tier teams and acknowledged that the outcome could have easily swung the other way.

As the international break approaches, Arsenal now have a two-week hiatus before their next fixture against Everton. Currently occupying fifth place, the Gunners remain unbeaten, boasting ten points from four games. Arteta expressed his anticipation of seeing improvements when the season resumes.

The Spaniard commented, "Winning before the international break is a significant boost. We've won all four games, and it's evident that we deserve those victories. However, the narrow margins in the late stages of matches are a concern. We notice a lot of anxiety, and we don't want to rely on last-minute heroics. We aim to improve our overall performance throughout the game."

Arsenal's thrilling victory over Manchester United has set the stage for an exciting season ahead, with fans eagerly anticipating further moments of brilliance from their resilient Gunners.

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