‘Arsenal has improved, United are now babies’: Patrice Evra mocks Manchester United ahead of Arsenal’s clash

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Patrice Evra, former Manchester United player, has praised Arsenal while calling his former club Manchester United “babies.”

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Arsenal is currently on a winning streak after winning their first five games. They currently lead the table with 15 points.

After losing their first two games, United has now won back-to-back games.

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The red devils have now won three of their first five games. Evra admits to being ‘scared’ ahead of Arsenal’s match on Sunday.

He tells Betfair, via Metro:

“Let’s be clear, Arsenal fear Man United, there’s a massive history between the two. I used to call them ‘our babies’, now it’s the other way round and we’re looking more like the babies.

‘This is going to be a tough one and talking with my heart I’ll say United, but anything can happen.’

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