Arsenal Manager, Unai Emery, has said Watford, "pushed for our slip-ups", as his group wasted a two-objective lead to draw 2-2 at Vicarage Street on S
Arsenal Manager, Unai Emery, has said Watford, “pushed for our slip-ups”, as his group wasted a two-objective lead to draw 2-2 at Vicarage Street on Sunday.
Second half mistakes by Sokratis and David Luiz cost Weapons store, after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s initial support was counteracted.
Tom Cleverley pulled one back, before Robert Pereyra evened out from the spot.
“They pushed us, Watford a year ago played like today. We were up in the primary half and we realized that we expected to score the third. They had the ability to return with the supporters and that is what occurred.
“We couldn’t break their squeezing in the subsequent half. They are physical, an exceptionally solid group. They pushed for our slip-ups, they were playing for our missteps.
“When you are attempting to break their lines you can have possibilities. They won the subsequent half and my synopsis is it’s anything but a valid statement.
“We have to keep working. When we attempted to play the long ball we lost the ball too,” Emery revealed to BBC Game.