Gabriel and Odegaard insist Arsenal will bounce back against Brentford

Many Gooners are still stunned by the defeat to Everton. However, Gabriel Magalhaes admitted on Twitter that it is not about falling down, but about what you do when you fall down.

“We win together, we lose together!!! full focus next saturday… thanks gunners for the support…” tweeted Gabriel Magalhaes.

The Brazilian’s message comes after Arsenal suffered their second defeat of the season on Saturday against Everton. Arsenal supporters will be concerned because Saturday’s defeat could reduce the gap between them and Manchester City to two points if City beats Tottenham. Arsenal hoped to win after a two-week break in order to move closer to winning the English Premier League title.

However, Arsenal remains the favourite to win the Premier League. They currently lead the table with 50 points. They only need to be better than Manchester City in the remaining games to win the Premier League on May 28th after beating Wolves at the Emirates. Anyway, Arsenal plays Brentford next, and let’s hope Brentford will have their worst matchday next weekend.

Daniel O


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  1. Arsenal is not the favorite and was never the favorite not with the mighty Citizens in striking distance.

    But sometimes these games can serves as a useful reality check.

    We must now use this opportunity to gather our marbles and take out our frustrations on Brentford.

  2. Brentford are not the team who want to play when going through a dip in form.any weaknesses, mistakes and we’ll get punished for sure.on the other hand,a win would be a moral boosting.

    1. Actually feel Brentford are the ideal opponents.l in this scenario. With the game being at home and having beaten them away we should go into it with confidence. As you mention Brentford are decent side (7th currently) who are well organised and physical. It’s the perfect opportunity to react, put in a performance and put doubts aside ahead of the City clash.

      1. You may be right, but being well organised and physical is not the kind of game we want right now. I feel that when GJ is back we’d do better in those games.

        In a way Brentford are a better version of the new Everton.

        We may win the league, partly it will be because the top 4 from last season have all got worse and those who have improved had a bad start before they did so (such as Man Utd). Only Newcastle has continued moving forwards steadily all season and not enough yet to be contenders (but it’s not impossible that they could win the thing, just very unlikely).

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