Arsenal’s Top Four bid was shattered by Crystal Palace’s “unacceptable” defeat.

Mikel Arteta apologised for Arsenal’s “terrible” performance in a 3-0 loss at Crystal Palace, which delivered a major blow to their hopes of finishing in the top four in the Premier League.

Mikel Arteta apologized for Arsenal’s “terrible” performance in a 3-0 loss at Crystal Palace. Which delivered a major blow to their hopes of finishing in the top four in the Premier League.
At Selhurst Park on Monday. Arteta’s side was thrash by goals from Jean-Philippe Mateta and also Jordan Ayew in the first half.
Arsenal’s second defeat in three league games was seal by Wilfried Zaha’s late penalty. After they were unable to generate a comeback after the break.
Arsenal had been in fourth position heading into the weekend. But Tottenham’s 5-1 win against Newcastle on Sunday put them under pressure, and also their answer could not have been more impressive.

“With the manner, we competed, we made it impossible for ourselves.
You must be physically fit and able to run in order to acquire the opportunity to play.
We has a lot of inconsistency on the ball, which is unacceptable “Arteta remark.

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“We were abysmal, particularly in the first half.
Please accept my apologies on behalf of our fans.
We lacked the presence and poise to take command of the issue.
That is what irritates me the most.”

Given the presence of Eagles manager Patrick Vieira in the Palace dugout, the loss was extremely devastating for Arsenal supporters.

Arsenal’s Top Four bid was shatter by Crystal Palace’s “unacceptable” defeat.

Vieira comfortably out-witted Arteta. Who was vote the Premier League’s manager of the month for March after masterminding his side’s climb into contention for a top four berth. Those Champions League ambitions don’t look so believable now. “We need to put our hands up and get the criticism we deserve. Then we accept it, look ourselves in the mirror and also look to the next game. This performance was not good enough.” Arteta say. -Arsenal in disarray Palace took the lead in the 16th minute after Ben White needlessly fouled Zaha. Conor Gallagher swung his free-kick towards the far post. Where Joachim Andersen headed it back across for Mateta to nod home from six yards for his sixth goal this term.

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Andersen’s long pass should have been easy for the Arsenal rearguard. But Gabriel made a hash of his attempt to intercept. Completely missing the ball as Ayew eluded the dozing Nuno Tavares to score with a composed finish from the edge of the area. The Ghana forward’s second goal this season left Arteta scratching his head in disbelief. Without Scotland’s left-back Kieran Tierney due to a knee injury. Arsenal’s defence was in disarray and Zaha swept through to tee up Mateta for a chance that Aaron Ramsdale save at full stretch. Out-fought and out-played in the first half. Arsenal need an immediate response after the break but Bukayo Saka’s penalty appeal was waved away after he was bundled over by Cheikhou Kouyate.


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