Rodri warned Arsenal a few days ago that Manchester City have Haaland, a goal-scoring machine who almost always guarantees them three points whenever they play in the Premier League. Contrary to Rodri’s claims, Haaland was helpless against Tottenham Hotspurs; he did not assist the Cityzens in securing their first win at Tottenham Stadium in the five games they have played there.
If you thought that was the end of Manchester City’s threats towards Arsenal in the Premier League title race, think again. Kyle Walker has issued another warning to Arsenal in their quest to win the Premier League.
“Of course it is [a missed opportunity],” the England international said on Sky Sports following City’s defeat at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. “They dropped points, and we needed to pick up points to close the gap, but there is still a lot of football to be played.
“I have been here many, many years in the Premier League, and I know the twists and turns that can happen. I know what this team is about. I know what this team can do. We can go on runs from now until the end of the season, and it’s just about us doing that really.”
Hearing Walker’s claims, it’s clear that Arsenal simply needs to match or outperform Manchester City. After 18 years, Arsenal has the best chance of repeating as Premier League champions, but will they pull it off?