Mikel Arteta says Arsenal has learned from the title defeat.

According to Mikel Arteta, Arsenal’s 3-1 victory over Premier League leaders Liverpool shown that they have moved over their title collapse from the previous season. On Sunday, Arteta’s second-place team at the Emirates Stadium put on a spectacular display that brought them within two points of Liverpool. Bukayo Saka’s early goal gave the Gunners the lead, and they later overcame Gabriel Magalhaes’ own goal just before halftime. After Alisson Becker, the goalkeeper for Liverpool, failed to clear the ball on the edge of the area, Gabriel Martinelli gave Arsenal the lead again.

Virgil van Dijk, a defender for Liverpool, took responsibility for not clearing the ball himself, but it was a costly mistake on his part because Alisson also let Leandro Trossard’s strike get through his legs in stoppage time as Arsenal won the game.

Mikel Arteta says Arsenal has learned from the title defeat.

Arteta was well aware of the importance of Arsenal’s first victory over Liverpool this season, having celebrated Trossard’s goal with a joyous run down the touchline.

Arsenal is eager to win the Premier League for the first time since 2004 after blowing an eight-point lead in the title game the previous season, allowing Manchester City to take the lead.

And Arteta is hoping that the poised manner in which they bounced back after giving up the equalizer against Liverpool shown that they now had the qualities necessary for future champions.

“We are present, no doubt about it. We intend to stay there,” he declared.

“We’ve been really consistent all season, if not you aren’t where we are today.”We go from game to game. We are aware of that from the previous season. Let’s attempt to bring that about.”

Arsenal was determined to give Jurgen Klopp’s club a point after squandering a 1-1 draw at Liverpool in December and wasting numerous opportunities in an FA Cup third round loss in January.

“The game was outstanding. A fantastic performance by both our workers and the players. I’ve seen better atmospheres all season long than that one. We asked for that,” Arteta remarked.

“They pour everything they have into each and every ball. I am incredibly proud because I am aware of how difficult it is to defeat this team, how much suffering and thought must go into doing what we accomplished on the ball.”

Arteta claimed that when the pressure increased in the second half, Arsenal’s dedication to an offensive, high-pressing style had left Liverpool gasping.

“I’m not very fond of the word control. I enjoy being in charge and denying teams any more breathing room than necessary,” he remarked.
“For me, the most crucial aspect of the game is the area in which it takes place, yet it’s true that playing in various ways can lead to chaos and many problems in open areas. That is an additional tool at our disposal.”

Liverpool’s title hopes took a serious hit when they suffered their first loss in three games following Klopp’s announcement that he would step down at the end of the season.

For the first time since September, Liverpool was defeated in domestic play, and their defense appeared uncharacteristically weak.
“Everything worked against us today. We received a red card. Certain circumstances might have been different. However, it’s over, and I don’t give a damn anymore,” Klopp remarked.

Manchester City will move past Liverpool, who were last crowned champions in 2020, if Pep Guardiola’s team wins its final two games, which begin on Monday against Brentford.
“At the final whistle I didn’t think for a second about the number of games left for City,” Klopp added.
“We will see where it goes if we play to our potential, handle challenges during games, and give it our all on the field.

“Now that City has two games ahead of us, I’m not anxious. We anticipate that they will win every game. Really, not much changes. Although we were not excellent enough to win here, we would have wanted to.

“No one is demoted or rejoices as a champion today. We still have time to shape our own futures.”

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