Alexandre Lacazette admits Arsenal are lacking confidence and need a break after poor results

Alexandre Lacazette
admits that Arsenal are lacking confidence (Picture: Getty Images)

Alexandre Lacazette admits that the Arsenal squad is lacking in confidence and that they are very glad for the worldwide break after a poor run of results.

The Gunners have been crushed 2-Zero by Leicester City on Saturday night within the Premier League, making it 5 video games with out a win in all competitions.

Pressure is mounting on supervisor after choosing up simply 4 wins from 12 league matches up to now this marketing campaign and already languishing eight factors off the Champions League locations.

Arsenal’s final win got here on 6 October and the shoddy string of scorelines has left the squad struggling for morale, regardless of a cheap efficiency in defeat to the Foxes.

‘We miss confidence and we need the international break,’ the French striker admitted. ‘I hope we are going to come back again properly. We need to work greater than we do now to search out confidence.



‘We are very disappointed, we had chances in the first half. We couldn’t rating and you need to take your probabilities in one of these sport.

Unai Emery
Unai Emery suffered one other robust night time out on Saturday (Picture: Getty Images)

‘We have to work again and keep working everyday. But I think we didn’t play so unhealthy, we simply missed our probabilities within the first half.’

Lacazette has not given up on making a return to the Champions League via their Premier League ending place, however is aware of that they’ve already left themselves an terrible lot of labor to do.

‘We want to be top four of course,’ he continued. ‘Now we are 9 factors behind Chelsea and Leicester and it’ll be arduous however all the pieces is feasible in soccer.

‘We still have time until the end of the season. We are going to work to come back.’

Due to the worldwide break, Arsenal are not again in motion till 23 November at dwelling to Southampton.

Failure to get a outcome in opposition to the struggling Saints, who are 19th within the division after defeat to Everton on Saturday, may very well be one catastrophe too far for Emery in north London.

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