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Alexandre Lacazette wishes Arsenal scored more against Huddersfield

12 February 2019

Arsenal have more than one way of qualifying for the top four, the Premier League as well as winning the UEFA Europa League.

His goal not only ended Arsenal's dismal winless away record, which saw the North London side claim their first away win in the league since November but saw Iwobi win praise from Gunners legend Ian Wright.

After losing their first two league games to champions Manchester City and Chelsea, Unai Emery's reign as Arsenal manager went smoothly and they did not taste defeat again until December 16 - a run of 22 matches unbeaten in all competitions.

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When questioned about his sides capability of finishing in the top four, Emery was optimistic. He had also the chance to assist Alexandre Lacazette, but I think his performance, starting with his attitude, was very good.

Arsenal legend Ian Wright has reacted to Alex Iwobi's unfair criticism by the Gunners fans following the 2-1 win over Huddersfield at John Smith's Stadium on Saturday evening.

"A clean sheet is important, but our main worry is to win", Emery said.

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While Arsenal scored twice, Huddersfield fired off 15 shots to the Londoner's nine and had more efforts on target than the Gunners. Luckily two of those went in, although the first one was an extremely fortuitous deflection from Iwobi's volley, and if hadn't gone in the game could have gone in a different direction.

"In two weeks, we have another League game and we want to work hard. Every player was working and helping each other and today I'm very proud with our work".

- Arsenal won their fifth away Premier League game of the season, one more than they managed on the road in the whole of 2017-2018.

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Arsenal play both legs of their Europe League last 32 tie against BATE Borisov before returning to Premier League action when they host Southampton on February 24.

Alexandre Lacazette wishes Arsenal scored more against Huddersfield