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One Mistake Mikel Arteta Is Repeating In Matches That Might Affect The Team's Performance

At Goodison Park, Arsenal was humiliated 2:1 by Everton in their Premier League matchup for week 15 of the season. Prior to Gray's late-minute goal, the home side had multiple chances to win the game, and the victory was their first since September.

At Goodison Park, Mikel Arteta's poor decision-making was a contributing factor in Everton's 2:1 victory against Arsenal. A decent substitute was not made by the Manager throughout the match against the home side from a tactical standpoint.

Prior to the free-kick being performed, Richarlison's first goal for Everton was disallowed by the video assistance referee because he was judged to be in an offside position. After Richarlison's goal was disallowed by the technology, Martin Odagaard put the visitors ahead with a penalty kick.

After his two goals were rejected by the video assistant referee, the striker seemed to be the victim of bad luck. His third try to score for Arsenal, after the disallowance of his previous two attempts by the VAR, resulted in a clean goal.

Richarlison restored parity to the game, but Everton's pressure on Arsenal's defense opened the way for Gray's powerful strike to give the home side a well-deserved lead in the 92nd minute. Aubameyang squanders a golden opportunity to equalize for Arsenal, who had many obvious opportunities to do s

Despite the fact that he has won a large number of matches in the Premier League, Mikel Arteta is making several mistakes. In matches, Arsenal's new left-back makes several blunders; he's meant to be benched until he's ready to perform properly, but Wenger continues to use him in every game. He has made a number of mistakes that have cost Arsenal a match in the Premier League.

It is really detrimental to use Aubameyang to play matches without him being effective. It is appropriate for him to be benched despite his position as team captain due to his failure to capitalize on several chances for the squad. His mistake would have resulted in Arsenal and Everton playing to a 2:2 draw at Goodison Park, but he chose to ignore the situation.

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