Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta accepts his player’s need to control their feelings better.
After the restart, the Gunners have lost their initial two games in the Premier League, falling to defeat at Manchester City before surrendering a final goal to lose 2-1 on Saturday at Brighton.
Arteta saw his players react angrily after goalkeeper Bernd Leno appeared to endure a genuine knee injury, landing awkwardly under close attention from Brighton match-champ Neal Maupay.
Matteo Guendouzi, an Arsenal midfielder, is probably going to be in a tough situation with the Football Association after placing his hands at the full-time whistle around Maupay ‘s throat, with the Seagulls man scrutinizing the restriction after play.
“Arsenal players, perhaps sometimes, need to learn quietude. The primary half talked a ton, the second half when they were 1-0 up. They have got what they merited, “Maupay told BT Sport.
Although Arteta disagreed with Maupay ‘s assessment, he admitted that it may be important to show more restraint.
“In case we’re communicating disappointment we have to show it in the correct way,” he said.
“I haven’t seen the (Guendouzi’s) images or what happened, however on the off chance that that is the case, we’ll talk about it. Emotionally, we have to take much better control of the situations.
Through a fine individual strike by Nicolas Pepe, Arsenal proceeded on the south coast in any case, they failed to clutch leads and were discovered lacking again.
When asked in the event that it was a mental issue for the players not having the option to stay ahead, Arteta reacted, I think each game is totally extraordinary. At the point when I was considering playing when you proceed, there are particulars and game management-wise, where we have to make much better. Be that as it may, we’re an exceptionally youthful squad. I would prefer not to blame it because it’s as yet a soccer match, and it doesn’t make a difference what age you ‘re contending with, yet you can’t do it at this level.”