Erik Ten Hag claims Gunners have been lucky in key area unlike Manchester United
Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag has said when it comes to injuries, Arsenal have been quite fortunate to have a full squad at all times.
It is likely that Arsenal fans disagree with the Dutch manager’s opinion, as the likes of Emile Smith-Rowe, Gabriel Jesus, Oleksandr Zinchenko and Eddie Nketiah to name a few have been injured at different times this season.
Keeping these factors in mind, Erik ten Hag believes Arsenal have been quite lucky with injuries as well as other such unideal absences.
Erik ten Hag says Arsenal have been lucky with injuries
Of course, the Red Devils have struggled in this very sense, with Anthony Martial virtually never fit to start while in terms of suspensions, Alejandro Garnacho recently getting injured and Casemiro set to miss 8 Premier League games.
Considering this is the former Ajax manager’s first season in charge at the club, such factors well and truly hurt his side.
However, in a new press conference ahead, Manchester United boss Erik Ten had his take on Arsenal being lucky with injuries and suspensions unlike his team.
“When you see all season, we have had some setbacks, every time we’ve dealt with it. It’s about the players who are available and every time there’s a team on the pitch who deals with it.”
“In just one game, we had the squad available totally and I was able to pick my team, from a tactical approach, perfectly; that was against Manchester City at home this season”, he was quoted saying by the Mirror.
Erik ten Hag went on to address the luck Arsenal…