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Emery names Leno Arsenal's best against United after ending Solskjaer's unbeaten EPL

Emery names Leno Arsenal's best against United after ending Solskjaer's unbeaten EPL

Arsenal manager, Unai Emery, has singled out goalkeeper Bernd Leno as the standout player in his side's 2-0 win over Manchester United at the Emirates.

Solskjaer was furious that Moss ruled Fred's challenge on Alexandre Lacazette was worthy of a spot-kick in the 69th minute.

At the other end, David de Gea should have done better with Xhaka's first half goal which seemed to confuse the wrong-footed Spaniard.

"It's an important game for us to get the semi-final at Wembley".

However, he has already served that two-game ban in the second leg against BATE, which Arsenal won 3-0, and the first leg against Rennes in his homeland last week. Of course, the penalty - I think the referee will be disappointed when he sees this, I don't think it's a penalty.

Arsenal defeated Manchester United in the league game at Emirates last night.

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"He's disappointed every time he concedes a goal because he's a top, top keeper", he said. "We are really hungry", Aubameyang was quoted by the Independent. "The ball moves so odd, and when you see it on telly, it looks like it goes to David's left and it just changes direction".

"We created so many more chances compared to when we beat them in the [FA] Cup". We played well but they were always risky on the counter-attack and today with five at the back we were more compact.

"It has been fantastic so far but today is the lowest we have been because we lost and missed the chance to put pressure on Spurs". "For me, if we were talking back in October, saying that we were going to be fighting for fourth place, we would have taken that with where we were".

Even Arsenal manager Unai Emery said the decision looked generous to his side but he added that it made up for the one that went against them, and that Tottenham's Harry Kane scored from, when Arsenal visited Spurs.

"They (United) were in a good moment after one result against PSG but we had a big performance and we are in a good moment in the Premier League", he said.

"Being competitive like today for 90 minutes can give us a stronger mentality".