Seeded teams knocked out, Wenger: Arsenal in the FA Cup Favorites
Brighton – Arsenal became one of the Premier League team who survived and survived into the fifth round of the FA Cup. Team manager Arsene Wenger was confident calling the Gunners became one of the favorite team champion.
Arsenal successfully secured a seat in the fifth round of the FA Cup after beating Brighton & Holve Albion 3-2 at home versus on Monday (1/26/2015) morning WB. Raihan it seemed to be an anomaly for Premier League teams in the FA Cup.
In fact, Chelsea and Manchester City have to lift a suitcase. The Blues lost 2-4 of Bradford City despite winning 2-0. City aground Middlesbrough 0-2 at the Etihad Stadium.
Other Premier League teams, Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur, and Swansea had already fallen. Manchester United are also forced to play a game replay by Cambridge United after the match ended 0-0. Similarly, Liverpool were held to a draw Boton Wanderers at Anfield.
Wenger who was worried reap similar results finally relieved after his team were able to pass the crucial round. Now, people are more optimistic France staring at the next round of the FA Cup.
“We will be one of the favorites for the Premier League teams had failed. But we really can not predict who the next champion,” said Wenger told the Daily Star.
Wenger also advised his players so that the players continue the positive results. As the trigger, he asked Theo Walcott et al. filled to the bad results reaped Premier League teams other.
“After this weekend we should be more careful. FA Cup FA Cup still not? The important thing we’ve kicked the next round,” said the 65-year-old manager.
“We are in the momentum which was okay but still need to increase the level at this vital time. Momentum can disappear at any time in football. We have the opportunity okay to finish the season with a resounding,” said Wenger.
“We have to show to look okay in every game and win convincingly. The results on Saturday was so important lesson for us. If the team is not ready, the defeat could happen anytime,” said Wenger.