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Wenger gets boost as Arsenal end Premier League losing run

12 March 2018

Arsenal play on Thursday at home to Italian side AC Milan in the second leg of their Europa League last-16 tie, with the London side holding a 2-0 advantage after the first leg.

An advert for the follow-up to the awful film Pacific Rim - "Pacific Rim Uprising, in cinemas March 23" - splayed across the digital hoardings around the pitch; like Arsenal's season so far, it can not get much worse than the original.

"There is a lot of negativity". It's like rain in England.

"It was a bit hard for me at the beginning but I am feeling better now. And that's what we want to do". "But I've shown in 22 years that I focus on my job with total commitment".

After suffering defeats in their last three domestic games, Arsenal show class in decimation of Watford Arsenal ended a three-game Premier League losing streak with a 3-0 victory over Watford on Sunday.

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But Wenger feels his side are now on an upward curve after a run of four consecutive defeats.

Without a league title since 2004, Wenger is clinging to the hope that reaching the Champions League by winning this season's Europa League will spare him the axe.

Speaking after Sunday's game, the Arsenal boss provided fans with an encouraging update regarding the defensive pair.

Goals from Shkodran Mustafi, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Henrikh Mkhitaryan gave Arsenal their first league win since beating Everton 5-1 on 3 February, the BBC reported.

"We knew before the game that physically it might be a bit hard but we had a good spirit".

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"We had a disappointing period and our supporters suffered like we suffered", said Wenger. We had a nightmare week. "There is still some work to do, but overall we are in a good way".

Troy Deeney created the headlines following Watford's 2-1 over Arsenal in October and his suggestion the Gunners players lacked "cojones" was always going to provide a sub-plot heading into this afternoon's return at the Emirates.

So, with Deeney missing a penalty against Arsenal, Bellerin couldn't wait to get his revenge. Gracia lamented the penalty miss at what was a crucial juncture in the game.

"He had the chance to score the penalty, he didn't do it". I know what I'm talking about because the same clubs contacted me and told me, when I met them, that their first objective was to have Arsene come.

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Wenger gets boost as Arsenal end Premier League losing run