Arsenal won the Europa League: Coach Arteta declared war on MU

Arsenal just had a convincing 3-0 victory over Dundalk in the second round of the Europa League group stage. 3 points obtained at Emirates help coach Mikel Arteta extremely excited and confident before the great battle with MU.

Following Dundalk at home, coach Mikel Arteta only uses young players and a reserve factor. The team from the Republic of Ireland tried hard but could not create enough resistance against London’s “Gunners”.

3 goals at the end of the first half and the second half engulfed Dundalk and helped Arsenal get all 3 points in the second match of Group B Europa League this year. Notably, the 3rd goal of the home team is really a super product to satisfy fans.

The in-form striker under Mikel Arteta’s reign, Nicolas Pepe, has scored one of the most impressive goals since joining Arsenal. The stage of the Ivory Coast star made Mr. Arteta extremely excited.

At the beginning of the second half, Nicolas Pepe received the ball at the edge of the box. He kept the ball under his shoes very technically, before putting the ball in the top corner of the Dundalk goal with his right foot. The 25-year-old striker’s exemplary handling phase has made everyone admire and give many praise.

“It was a beautiful goal. It was scored with his right foot, his non-dominant foot, it was strange. However, it was exactly a great goal,” coach Arteta told BT Sport. Pepe’s 3-0 victory also helped the Spaniard feel more confident before the “great war” match with MU in Round 7 of the Premier League this weekend.

“We didn’t have a hard win because we played more disciplined and did exactly what we set out to do from the start. The way we lost to Leicester is so painful. You need to get back to winning streak soon. All are ready for the match at Old Trafford and we will try to win that match, ” said Coach Arteta.


Willian receives a higher salary than any Liverpool player (Part 1)

Despite leaving Chelsea at the age of 32 and quitting the Champions League to win a place in the Europa League, Willian is now joining the ranks of the Premier League’s highest-paid players.

The transfer comes at a time when the Gunners find themselves under closer scrutiny from the public, after they announced that 55 employees would have their pay cut. The news came shortly after the senior team members agreed to postpone their salaries, and it was cruel that the club welcomed Willian for a hefty salary. When bonuses, entry fees, and 3-year loyalty payments are included, it will go up to £ 220,000 per week, or around £ 35 million during Willian’s contract. Therefore, Willian, despite being a few years old, will find himself the ninth highest-paid player in the entire Premier League.

Sang Arsenal, Willian hưởng lương cao hơn bất kỳ cầu thủ Liverpool nào

To put that in context, Willian is now earning more than each of the three famous Liverpool strikers Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane (£ 200,000/week) and Roberto Firmino (£ 180,000/week), who hailed as the best attacking trio in football in the world and just brought a record victory for The KOP. Willian’s deal saw him outrun the trio, as they only recently signed a new deal.

In 2018, Salah resigned to stay at Anfield until 2023 and made him one of the highest-earning players in Liverpool history
But Willian has made sure to keep his stock high, and will now pocket £ 10.6 million a year with the Gunners until he turns 35. Willian’s terms at Arsenal really will saw him financially rewarded more than any other player in the Liverpool squad.

Sang Arsenal, Willian hưởng lương cao hơn bất kỳ cầu thủ Liverpool nào ảnh 1

That means the Brazilian will also pocket more per week than Europe’s best defender Virgil van Dijk (£ 170,000/week), also arguably the most important player in the squad. Premier League and Champions League champions of Liverpool.

David de Gea (£ 375,000/week) is the highest earning in the Premier League while Manchester United also offers huge salaries for Paul Pogba (300,000) and Anthony Martial (250,000). While Marcus Rashford is currently only enjoying £ 200,000/week.