Former Tottenham Hotspur player turned pundit insists Arsenal’s 1-1 draw at Southampton serves as a wake-up call.
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The Gunners were held to a 1-1 draw in a game in which they could have scored more than two goals. Granit Xhaka opened the scoring for Arsenal in the 11th minute and could have scored more if Jesus had been more clinical.
Arsenal led at halftime, but their levels dropped in the second half, allowing Southampton back into the game. And eventually scored an equaliser.
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Following the game, Jamie Redknapp stated:
“They [Arsenal] played some great stuff, White and Saka linking up [in the build-up to the opener], Xhaka picking up positions in good areas.”
“It’s a great finish, great movement, and it happened time and time again. Could it be two or three? But they ran out, it seemed to be a bit of a reality check for them.”