Unai Emery reveals what he tells his players before every match

Bernd Leno Arsenal 2018-19

Getty Images

The Gunners boss has a great pedigree in the competition after he lead Sevilla to three successive Europa League titles between 2014 and 2016.

"We have to improve and try to fight, and not concede a goal like we did in the last minute".

The Uruguayan worldwide was heavily involved against Vorskla as he dictated play from the deep-lying midfield role and helped Arsenal ease in to a commanding 3-0 lead thanks to a Danny Welbeck header and a sublime double from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

Fine finishes from Vladimir Chesnakov and Vyacheslav Sharpar gave Vorskla late consolation in a match where they were resoundingly second-best after Aubameyang's 32nd-minute opener.

'In the last 20 minutes we needed to be better on that competitive aspect.

"But we need to continue to improve on this because in the last minute in Newcastle and again today in the last 20 minutes, we conceded two goals". For us it is very important to start this competition with this victory.

'I hope we can do well in the next few games.

Watch The Moment Meghan Markle Sees Wedding Dress For The First Time
A snippet of Meghan's reaction to her dress was shown in the trailer for Queen of the World , a new ITV documentary series about Queen Elizabeth II , 92.

The chorus of You'll Never Walk Alone under the lights is enough to pick up even the least motivated of players and the enthusiasm goes hand in hand with Jurgen Klopp's gegenpressing style.

"They probably don't want to say that publicly but I would imagine given they haven't won it for 28 years that would be one thing that they would like to put to bed and win if they can".

"We need, because we are going to play a lot of matches in the next weeks, players with confidence", Emery said. Some players are better when they are playing regularly.

Liverpool only lost twice all season in the 2008/09 campaign and recorded 25 victories in what is one of their best Premier League seasons ever.

"We stuck to our game plan for a long time, we were able to help each other out, the lads gave everything on the pitch".

Torreira could make his first Premier League start on Sunday when Everton visit the Emirates (4pm).

Latest News