Emery's impact puts Arsenal rebuild ahead of schedule

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Mohamed Salah of Liverpool can not reach the ball as it is gathered by Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno during the Premier League match between Arsenal FC and Liverpool FC at Emirates Stadium on November 3, 2018 in London, United Kingdom. It was the fifth goal of the season for the Frenchman who kept Arsenal's unbeaten run intact, now extended to 14 games.

"I think he should buy all of the newspapers and read this".

We know that we can still do better and the League is very tough - you have to fight for every game.

Speaking to reporters, the former Borussia Dortmund manager confirmed that van Dijk thought he should have scored three - before adding: "I was not a good football player but I was good at heading and today I would have scored three".

"This draw is different to Chelsea, for example, so there are ups and downs and things that we can learn", Milner told liverpoolfc.com. If Chelsea continue to win games, we'll have a fighting chance of winning the title.

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But much has changed since the opening day of the season when reigning champions Manchester City outclassed Arsenal on Emery's first chance to make an impression as the man to succeed Arsene Wenger's 22-year reign in charge. Virgil said immediately after the game he should have had a hat-trick, but he had not even one [goal].

The left-back also rued how the Reds conceded "a poor goal from our point of view", explaining how previously "this season we've been really good at holding on to leads".

It was a test of Emery and his players, of their resilience and self-belief - in many ways a test of what exactly he is trying to bring to Arsenal. But - as they have done a few times already this year. Because first half we were not compact enough.

"Stephan will improve us on and off the pitch". The young Brazilian sprints onto a beautifully weighted pass by Gylfi Sigurdsson and fires it right over Brighton Keeper Matthew Ryan for the first of his two goals in a 3-1 win for the Toffees. It's not nice, but of course a point at Arsenal will always be an absolutely good result.

"We have to take the positives".

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