“These three points are the same like we played for last week” – Unai Emery

“These three points are the same like we played for last week" - Unai Emery
“These three points are the same like we played for last week" - Unai Emery

Unai Emery had every reason to feel elated following Aston Villa’s impressive outing that put a dent in Arsenal’s title hopes.

In the match held in North London, Aston Villa claimed a convincing 2-0 victory over one of the Premier League’s top contenders, with Leon Bailey and Ollie Watkins each netting a goal.

Emery expressed immense satisfaction with his team’s performance against the Gunners, underscoring a memorable day for the visitors.

“I’m very proud of our work, the players and the supporters,” he said.

“They were here with us, pushing us, supporting us, trying to play with us. Matches like today, when we play at this level to get these performances, we feel we can keep increasing our level to get those positions in the top seven teams.”

“These three points are the same like we played for last week against Brentford and we will play for against Bournemouth next week, but to get here three points is giving us confidence and power to prepare the next matches being motivated and excited to get our objective in Europe and the Premier League.”

“Our plan was to be consistent for 90 minutes, try to control the game from minute one to minute 90.”

“We needed to stop them when they were playing with their skill and positioning at home here with the fans. We needed very high commitment from everybody to get our best performances defensively, helping a lot in individual duals.”

“We didn’t dominate with ball possession in the first half a lot, but we avoided their press and were adding confidence. In the second half, we were getting better, imposing ourselves.”

“We have very good players, we have our positioning and our idea and style, and when we are imposing our game we can face teams like Arsenal.”

“It’s really fantastic. It was very difficult but we did it and we keep going, move on and be positive.”

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