Arsenal end United's 25-match unbeaten run


'We have to focus on the remaining fixtures, starting with Thursday's important match: the Europa League semi-final second leg against Celta.

"That's what he's waiting for. You can not say that we didn't try to win the game and that's what we will try to do in the remaining three matches in the Premier League", Mourinho told Sky Sports. You think I enjoy that a big club like Arsenal is not winning big trophies?

"So you find yourself in the situation where he's going to have the last laugh at the end of the day".

The victory was Wenger's first over the Portuguese in the Premier League after 13 games as Granit Xhaka and Danny Welbeck scored the goals in a 2 - 0 win, Granit Xhaka and Danny Welbeck scored the goals in a 2 - 0 win, reports.

However, with a spot on offer to the winners of the Europa League, United could finish outside the top four and still qualify for the Champions League.

"But of course I'm a football player, I want to play football and the more I can play obviously the better for me and the more I feel I can help the team".

UNITED finally saw their 25-game unbeaten streak ended as they lost 2-0 to Arsenal on Sunday.

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Arsenal face Southampton in the league on Wednesday night and Wenger is set to stick with the desired formation which has seen four wins in five games.

"We're aiming to get into a European final, it'll be very important to fight for the only trophy that the club has never won before, and for this group of players".

"I think football changes and you have different periods, different challenges in your career", Rooney said.

"I've looked at the league table since the game and thought to myself, come on!" So finally today, they sing, they (twirl) scarves.

The Manchester United boss was pictured talking to the Armenian playmaker and pointing away during the Red Devils' training session at Carrington.

Kieran Gibbs says he is a fan of Arsene Wenger's three-man defence and believes Arsenal are learning the new strategy quickly after their victory over Manchester United.

"They've got some really unfortunate injuries but they still have an excellent squad and should be able to cope with playing both games".