Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has claimed that fans shouldn’t go “overboard,” as Manchester United have spent a lot of money and had a lot of experience in their midfield.
A Marcus Rashford double on his Premier League debut, along with Ander Herrera’s strike, gave Louis van Gaal’s injury-hit side a 3-2 win over Arsenal, denting the Gunners’ title hopes in the process. Wenger’s side now sit five points behind Premier League leaders Leicester City.
In his post-match press conference, Wenger was keen to highlight that the Dutchman contained an experienced midfield and had spent a lot of money, resulting in their loss.
“Let’s not got overboard. They had a very experienced midfield and spent a lot of money,” the Arsenal boss said.
“They stopped us a lot with little fouls, that was frustrating, I could not question our commitment or desire.