Former Manchester United star Garry Neville has revealed what cost the Premier League side Arsenal in the title race this season despite them being in a better position to finish on top.
Mikel Arteta's squad has fallen short and bottled the Premier League Title this season after what was looked to be a good season.
And according to Neville, Oleksandr Zechenko's emotions cost his side this season. Neville claims the former Manchester City star was sometimes over-celebrated when the team was performing well which gave the club overconfidence.
Neville claims Arsenal lacked the quality to compete for the Premier League title and they have ran out if ideas. The Emirates club is behind Manchester City by 4 points on the Premier League table with one game more than Pep Guardiola's side.
City needs only one win to be the new champions of the Premier League this season, a title that fans thought was meant for Arsenal if the Performance at the start of the season is one to go by.
Arsenal on another side have already qualified for the Champions League for next season and ours is to wait and see what happens in the coming few games as the league nears its end.
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