Captain fantastic! Ozil fires Arsenal to big win over PSG

Kristopher Nichols
July 29, 2018

Ozil got the scoring started, marking his return to action following a hard couple of months which culminated in his retirement from worldwide football last Sunday.

But the Gunners stepped things up again towards the end - Lacazette, who was brought on for Iwobi at the break, scoring twice in quick succession from close range, before Rob Holding and Eddie Nketiah wrapped up an impressive win over coach Unai Emery's former team.

Asked if the heat was an issue, Emery told reporters: "No".

"It was also about the quality of the other team who are a Premier League team and can immediately play any competition".

Tuchel believed his tactical approach was a "bit too optimistic" as he looked to deflect blame for the heavy defeat from his young players. "Nobody likes to lose, but when you look at the [team] sheet before the game, you know there is nearly no chance to compete at this level". It's a players' game and we have to protect them.

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It was a good match no doubt between both teams.It gave the fans the opportunity to discover some exciting talents that abound in both teams.The stars of the near future.That's what the Pre-season is all about.

Tuchel has to cope without a number of players who were involved in the latter stages of the World Cup until next week, and saw his PSG lineup largely outclassed by an nearly full-strength Premier League side. I think he is going to stay here with us'. It's about getting the players to rest. This week, Mesut, Iwobi and Elneny are starting to work with us and our first impression is very good with them. However, the players are missing and the league starts early.

"But with the new coach we work also on the situations when we don't have the ball and this is very important".

The Gunners have snapped up as many as five players already this summer, with Lucas Torreira, Bernd Leno, Sokratis, Matteo Guendouzi and Stephan Lichtsteiner all coming in to strengthen the squad ahead of a challenging new season.

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