Arsenal draw is a learning curve for Liverpool, says James Milner

Mae Harvey
November 7, 2018

We made life a bit too easy for them in the first half, formation-wise I was not happy at how compact we were and stuff like that.

Liverpool claimed a credible 1-1 draw at Arsenal on Saturday but dropped to third in the Premier League after victories for Chelsea and Manchester City on Sunday.

Meanwhile, had earlier reported that Arsenal were held to a 1-1 draw by Liverpool in a highly entertaining Premier League fixture played at the Emirates.

"We knew we would not lose this game because we were so good and showed that character again".

All the premier league teams will have to wait until the summer to do so, but the foreign clubs are free to negotiate the contract with Ramsey at the beginning of 2019.

He old The Times: "Arsenal feel like a completely different club under Emery and one of the main reasons for that is that the fans believe in the team now". He helps us, not only me but all the players, with the small things. "Our job now is to use the quality that we have and to work with it because one player doesn't change it".

"Both of us will play many games this season and so the performances have to be good".

A brilliant cross from Sadio Mané caused confusion in the Arsenal box, forcing Leno to punch the ball into no man's land and subsequently saw the Reds midfielder tuck the ball home. We have all that we need. This is not the sort of game that Arsenal has gotten a result from in recent years, especially against top-six competition, and the difference this time was Lacazette. The young Brazilian sprints onto a beautifully weighted pass by Gylfi Sigurdsson and fires it right over Brighton Keeper Matthew Ryan for the first of his two goals in a 3-1 win for the Toffees. That doesn't mean Liverpool can't win the league.

The two-time Premier League victor won four aerial challenges, made three successful tackles and completed 39 of his attempted 46 passes.

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