12 February, 2019
The win moved Arsenal to within one point of fourth-placed Manchester United (51 points), even though Chelsea could regain fourth spot with a draw or win over champions Manchester City in their late match yesterday.
The Gunners next fly off to Belarus for the first leg of their Europa League Round of 32 match against BATE Borisov on Thursday night.
The 22-year-old winger was one of the standout performers in Arsenal's 2-1 win away to the Premier League basement dwellers, with the Hale End academy product bagging his third goal of the season in the league. "If they can find a way of creating a lot of chances, they will win".
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"It was very important, this victory, it is three points for us to be closer to the top four, and our target is this". If we ask is it easy or hard, it's hard.
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It is great for us Arsenal fans that we came away with the points, and it must be very frustrating for the Terriers, but let us not get carried away and think that we are back on course after this lucky win.
The Gunners made their early pressure pay off against Jan Siewert's relegation-threatened team when Alex Iwobi fired them into the lead, and the visitors were able to add a second before half time through Alexandre Lacazette.
And he will be encouraged by the fact Arsenal have won all three of their Premier League meetings with Huddersfield.
"But he is somebody who, for me, with the right encouragement will be a very, very good player and a massive asset for Arsenal".
"It always seems to happen when we are two goals in front, so maybe we are losing a little bit of concentration because we feel too comfortable when the games are coming to the end".