In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 18th, June, 2020

Three-Zero: Our Defeat To Manchester Metropolis Was My Fault

3-0: Our Defeat To Manchester City Was My Fault

David Luiz

David Luiz


Arsenal defender David Luiz accepted accountability for his or her Three-Zero defeat at Manchester Metropolis, however stated he nonetheless hopes to play for the membership once more.


Luiz, who’s out of contract on the finish of the month, was despatched off to cap an error-strewn return to motion.

“It is my fault,” the 33-year-old stated. “The staff did nicely, particularly with 10 males. The coach is superb, all of the gamers are superb, it was my fault.

“I need to be right here. The coach is aware of. He needs me to remain.”


Luiz solely joined Arsenal final summer season – shifting from Chelsea on deadline day for £8m – however he was left on the bench towards Metropolis amid confusion surrounding his contract standing.


He got here on within the 24th minute after Pablo Mari was injured, and was at fault for Raheem Sterling’s opener.


He then hauled down Riyad Mahrez to offer away a penalty and was despatched off. The suspension will imply he has performed his last recreation for Arsenal except he extends his deal.

“I ought to have taken a unique choice within the final two months however I did not,” he informed Sky Sports activities.

“All about my contract, if I keep right here or not. I’ve 14 days to be right here and that is it. I ought to have tried to resolve my future as early as doable, however I did not.

“I do not need to use that as an alibi or excuse, it is my fault – that is it. I like to be right here. That is why I proceed to coach exhausting.”


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Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta wouldn’t criticise the defender, and stated his show would don’t have any bearing on a call to train the choice on his contract.

“He has spoken within the dressing room,” Arteta stated. “David is somebody who may be very sincere.



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