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2 Mikel Arteta's Ideologies That's Needs Urgent Correction Despite Arsenal's 3-1 Victory

Arsenal put together a strong effort against Tottenham Hotspur, winning 3-1 at the Emirates Stadium. To guarantee the club secured the three points, Thomas Partey, Granit Xhaka, and Martin Odegaard all put in strong performances.

Takehiro Tomiyasu, Kieran Tierney, Ben White, and Gabriel Magalhaes formed a strong defensive pairing, while Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe were standouts in the attacking line. Arsenal FC coach Mikel Arteta's tactics appear to be working for the team, as the club has won three EPL matches in a row.

Even if Arsenal won the London derby game, which should be congratulated by the club coach, Mikel Arteta, and the players, the coach needs to correct two attitudes if he wants to have a positive connection with the players and continue to be successful at the club.

To begin with, whenever Arsenal scores more than one goal in the first half of a game, the players' second-half performance is not usually encouraging. This was demonstrated in the 3-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur. Regardless of the result in the first half, the focus in the second half should be on defense rather than scoring goals.

In today's London derby, Aaron Ramsdale might have kept a clean sheet, but after the players drew back, Tottenham Hotspur's Son Heung-min scored the game's consolation goal in the 79th minute. Son Heung-min has now scored in three (3) of Arsenal FC's past four (4) games. He should keep in mind that the club requires more goals right now to overcome a five-goal deficit.

Putting Lacazette and Martinelli on the bench and not using them could be detrimental to Mikel Arteta's development. He was anticipated to bring in a French international or a Brazilian to replace Bukayo Saka at the time, rather than Ainsley Maitland-Niles, who had little impact.

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