Manchester United legend Roy Keane explains why Arsenal should be delighted after their 2-2 draw with Liverpool in the Premier League last night.
Manchester United legend Roy Keane believes Arsenal should be ‘happy’ with the point they earned in last night’s 2-2 draw with Liverpool . Sa took the lead with two goals from Gabriel Martinelli and Gabriel Jesus, but Mohamed Salah scored to make it 1-2 before half-time. The second half belonged to Liverpool. But they had to wait until the 88th minute to equalize when Roberto Firmino headed in Trent Alexander-Arnold’s cross .
That came after Salah missed a penalty, while Darwin Nunez, who also came off solo, also missed. But in injury time Liverpool will feel they should win this game. From the chances of Salah and Ibrahima Konate, unfortunately rejected by Aaron Ramsdale. While the draw in this UFABET game means that the title race is already in the hands of Manchester City. Because they He played less than 1 game and the two teams were due to meet in the sailing pit.
And after the game, Keane revealed that he knew from his own experience with Manchester United how difficult it was to play at Anfield. And believes Mikel Arteta’s team should be delighted to have a point back in the capital. Because obviously I played for Manchester United. But there was something strange. Especially when you are defensive and the last 15-20 minutes are in difficult situations. And Liverpool are backed by the Kop. It’s very difficult to tell.
“Energy in the field Clear is the history of the club. It’s very difficult. That’s why I think Arsenal should be very happy with one point, I really do. I think it’s a great 1 point for Arsenal ′′ I know they lead 2-0 and and you can say they play comfortably but the last 15-20 minutes when you’re falling. In a difficult situation against Liverpool, in front of the Kop, you have to be grateful for what you survived and that’s one point, be grateful for it.
With the gap between second-placed Arsenal reduced to six points. The Gunners will be looking to get back on track to winning ways against West Ham next weekend. Arteta’s side travel to London Stadium on Sunday April. As the Hammers struggle to avoid relegation.