Arsenal players were at their best on Sunday as they subdued Tottenham Hotspur 3-1 in one of the English Premier League ties.
Thanks to goals from Smith Rowe in the (12’minutes), Aubameyang (27’minutes), Saka (34’minutes) before Son Heung-Min reduced the tally for Wolves in the (79’minutes).
Shortly before the match, there were speculations that the Arsenal board had reached a conclusion to get rid of Arteta
The coach had come under scrutiny in the early weeks of the new season, having lost three games on the spin to start their Premier League campaign
After losing their first three Premier League games of the season, the pressure was mounting on the Spaniard – although he has alleviated that with three victories in all competitions.
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And that has seemingly impressed those in charge, with Arsenal bosses optimistic about the team’s progress under his leadership.
According to the Daily Mail, Emirates chiefs are all in on Arteta after backing him in the transfer market to the tune of £150million.
Arteta has come in for some serious flack in the opening weeks of the new campaign, admitting that it has impacted him.
“It affected me a lot,” Arteta told Sky Sports. “When we lost against [Manchester] City, I had to put things into perspective.
“In life, things happen and they come at you, we cannot choose them. How you can take them and how you benefit from those, that’s in your hands.
“I said ‘listen, this is where we are. Let’s embrace it and analyse what we can do better and what I can do better myself’.”