‘We were better, we should have scored 4 goals’: Leeds boss expresses disappointment at not winning, citing Arsenal got ‘lucky’

By Sportarsh Team
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Leeds manager Jesse Marsch has expressed his disappointment at his team’s loss to Arsenal earlier today.

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After being completely dominated by Jesse Marsch’s side in the second half, Arsenal managed to scrape a win over Leeds.

Leeds had several chances to punish Arsenal, but a lack of clinical edge and good saves from Aaron Ramsdale kept them at bay.

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Patrick Bamford had a chance to equalise but missed from the spot. Arsenal’s victory puts them on top of the league, four points ahead of Manchester City.

Speaking after the game, he stated:

“A really good performance from us discipline concentration for the over the entire match, even with the late start and everything that was strange on the day”

“A performance that showed that when we play the way that we want to play. We can be very good.Um very good. So that’s the best team in the league right now and today we were better.

“We’re we’re making it hard on ourselves by not capitalizing on moments when we’re on top of games.”

“You know, we should be up in this match or even second half, even we could score 4 or 5 goals and we would walk out of here feeling like it was the perfect match.”

“That’s where we are right now. So i’m not discouraged the goals will come.”

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