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Kai Havertz and Mikel Arteta send message to Tottenham ahead of Man City clash

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and Kai Havertz have sent a message to bitter rivals Tottenham Hotspur ahead of their game against Man City

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Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta showered praise on his team, describing their performance as “phenomenal,” as they ensured the Premier League title race would extend to the final day of the season.

Securing a crucial victory at Old Trafford with a first-half strike from Leandro Trossard, the Gunners now rely on Manchester City slipping up against Spurs for the title destiny to be within their grasp.

Reflecting on the upcoming fixture between Manchester City and Tottenham, Kai Havertz, who provided the assist for Arsenal’s winning goal, expressed his support for Spurs, stating, “I’m going to be the biggest Tottenham fan ever on Tuesday. Let’s hope for the best.”

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Arteta echoed similar sentiments, acknowledging Tottenham as a formidable opponent, while expressing optimism about their ability to challenge Manchester City. He stated, “They (Spurs) are a difficult team to play against. Hopefully, they can do it. My experience is that any team can beat any team. There is honesty and respect in the game.”

Despite the outcome of the match between Manchester City and Tottenham, Arsenal’s hopes remain alive as they prepare to face Everton in their final game of the season. Arteta emphasised the significance of reaching this stage in the title race, highlighting the team’s journey and their record-breaking 27 Premier League wins.

“We go to the last day with a chance to win the Premier League. We wanted to experience that. It is part of our journey. And it is 27 wins in the Premier League – that’s not progress, that’s history,” Arteta remarked. He also acknowledged the emotional toll of consistently chasing victories since December or January, praising the players for their remarkable resilience and determination.

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