- Alexandre Lacazette believes Arsenal are learning quickly under new boss Unai Emery
- The Spaniard replaced former boss Asene Wenger in May and introduce new style of play
- Lacazette insists the squad members will get it right as soon as possible
Arsenal forward Alexandre Lacazette has revealed that Gunners squad members are learning “like children” from new Spanish manager Unai Emery.
According to a UK Sun report, the former Lyon striker admitted that Arsenal are still poor defensively, as they are mastering a new pressing style that have also seen shot-stopper Petr Cech struggle most times while restarting play from the back.
The Frenchman Lacazette believes will time the Gunners will get it right but with a prize as they have won twice and lost to Chelsea and Manchester City.
“We are learning a lot but the manager says we will concede goals.
"We just make mistakes because we are learning like children. So it is okay, it is good. We will be better week after week.
“Overall it has been good even we had two losses. They were against the two champions of the past two seasons. Everyone can take pleasure to watch us play,” he said.
The Emirates dwellers will head to St.James Park after the international break to keep a date with Newcastle on September 15 ahead of four successive homefixtures, two in the Premier League, one in the Europa League and a tie in the Carabao Cup.
Reacting to the win against Cardiff, Lacazette stressed that the performance was a good omen for the squad going forward.
“Yes it is good and important to win away.
"When we started the game against Cardiff, it was like, ‘Okay we can now play like we do at home’.
“It is good for the confidence. This season we want to be better away and it was the first game we won and I hope that it will be the first of many until the last day of the season,” noted Lacazette who netted the winning goal in his first start of the campaign.
Speaking further the forward explained the importance of not playing every game.
“It is not because of one game that I will play every game.
"Every day I have to work hard and well and show the coach that I work well and that I deserve to be in the team. I am at one of the best clubs in the world,” Lacazette submitted.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously had reported that Arsenal on Sunday, September 2, produced superb performance in their Premier League game beating Cardiff City 3-2 in a tough encounter.
The combination of Gabonese striker Pierre Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette up front was superb for the Gunners in this match at the Cardiff City stadium.
Gabon international Pierre Aubameyang increased the scoreline for the Gunners in the 62nd minute and it was Lacazette that provided the assist.
Danny Ward netted the second goal for Cardiff City in the 70th minute after being set up by Sean Morrison to finish Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech.
The home fans were thinking their players would get a point from this game, but Lacazette broke their hearts when he scored the winning goal for Arsenal in the 81st minute.
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