Arteta praises Arsenal man for threatening Manchaster United

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Arsenal manager Michael Arteta has praised young striker Martinelli for his performances against United.

Arsenel Wenger’s side lost 3-2 to United in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final tie this morning. Arsenel Wenger’s side took the lead with a volley from Smith, but Fernandez pulled one back from a Fred cross late in the first half.

In the second half, Ronaldo scored the first goal for United, and a few minutes later, Odiguard scored the equalizer. However, O’Donoghue was transformed from a hero to a villain, and his negligent dismissal gave Arsenal a penalty, and Ronaldo made no mistake.

Arsenal have returned home from Old Trafford on a free transfer, but coach Arteta said he was pleased with the performance of Brazilian Martini.

Arteta allowed Mart နယ်nez to play against United due to Saka’s fitness problems. Mart နယ်nelli was able to create some trouble for the opposition in the game against United and also created a goal for Odi Guard.

“He (Martinelli) was able to threaten the opposition and play hard. In the first half, he had a great opportunity. He should have been able to score. ”

“He also created goals and played hard. There were some good moments he did. His style of play threatened his opponents. Coach Arteta praised.

Martinelli scored his first league goal of the season just minutes after starting last week’s game against Newcastle.