Sunday, 14 November 2010

Fabregas and Wenger on the win at Everton

Captain Cesc Fabregas branded Arsenal's win "a good performance" as the north London club continued their superb away form.

Fabregas scored what turned out to be Arsenal's winning goal in their 2-1 victory at Goodison Park

The Spaniard said::
"The second goal was an important goal early in the second half. We knew they would push hard at us and at the end they scored and we were a bit nervous.
"It was a good performance. Defensively we looked solid, our only regret is that last minute goal. 
"We played very well, we were in control. We knew their game was long ball but we did well against it."
Arsenal have won more away points than any other Premier League team this term. They now sit in second place, two points behind leaders Chelsea who play Sunderland this afternoon.

The Arsenal captain added:
"We want to do well until the end, this is just one more step until the end.
"It's good we're in second position, we're improving, We just need Chelsea to drop some points now."
Bacray Sagna opened the scoring for Arsene Wenger's men, scoring only his second ever Premier League goal.

The Arsenal manager said after the victory:
"We have had two hard fought wins, built on spirit, desire and resilience.
"There is a great spirit and resilience in the side and there is more to come from this team."

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