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‘Not very good’ – Southampton star mocks Arsenal after St Mary’s victory

‘Not very good’ – Southampton star mocks Arsenal after St Mary’s victory

Following Southampton’s victory over Arsenal, winger Nathan Redmond provided a critical appraisal of the Gunners.

On Saturday, Jan Bednarek scored the only goal of the game as the Saints gave Mikel Arteta’s team another setback in their effort to finish fourth.

Southampton moved up to 12th in the Premier League, while Arsenal is sixth, three points behind fourth-placed Tottenham.

Arsenal’s three consecutive defeats means that their north London opponents are the favorites to finish in the Champions League positions.

After failing to place fourth or higher since 2015/16, this season has provided an excellent opportunity to re-enter Europe’s elite competition.

Redmond was asked on video after the game, while signing autographs, how it felt to beat Arsenal, and his response was dismissive.

“It’s alright, they’re not very good,” Redmond said. It’s unclear whether the 28-year-old was aware he was being filmed.

Arsenal will attempt to bounce back against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday. On Saturday, they will face Manchester United in another crucial Premier League match.

Tottenham were defeated 1-0 by Brighton on Saturday, while Manchester United defeated Norwich City 3-2 at Old Trafford.

O’Hara stated to talkSPORT: “What are we doing?! What are Spurs doing? What are Arsenal doing? We’re both a shambles!

“Does anyone want top four? I feel like this happens every season.

“The worst thing that’s going to happen is that Man United are going to get fourth!”

TalkSPORT presenter Laura Woods counted: “It’s like we’re holding the door open and saying, ‘You go’, ‘No, you go!’ And then Man United will just say, ‘Oh, go on then!’”

Simon Jordan then said that Manchester United should finish fourth because Tottenham will “implode.”

“It’s wide open again. Despite the fact they are [rubbish] and the club’s in disarray, I can see a script where Tottenham can implode, because they’re capable of it,” Jordan said.


‘Not very good’ – Southampton star mocks Arsenal after St Mary’s victory

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