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Kai Havertz goal vs Aston villa was ruled out as Arsenal suffer VAR blow

Following yesterday’s defeat to Aston Villa, Kai Havertz has now delivered a positive message to Arsenal fans looking towards the week ahead.

Havertz played the full 90 against Villa yesterday, and did look most likely to make the difference when breaking the lines.
However, it was ultimately Arsenal’s poor finishing that let them down in a match they did dominate.

And given that performance, Havertz was quick to point out that Arsenal were unfortunate to lose the game.
Uploading a post to Instagram, Havertz shared a message of: “Tough one to take, thought we deserved more… Now onto Tuesday. Thank you as always for the support!”

Of course, it does bode well that Havertz is now regularly interacting with the Arsenal fan base after some difficult early months.

The German looks a much more confident figure on and off the field, and ultimately should have put Arsenal level with his determined work late on.
Although not awarded the goal, Ian Wright did feel that Arsenal were robbed by a ‘ridiculous’ rule.

Arsenal’s two 1-0 away defeats have come in controversial fashion this season, but the club seemingly have no choice but to move on.

Kai Havertz shares optimistic message with Arsenal fans after Villa defeat

Although many have been concerned by the performance produced by Arsenal yesterday, they should rest assured.

Mikel Arteta’s side were the better team on the day, dominating the game for long periods, and it was only a poor evening of finishing that proved costly.
Martin Odegaard perhaps being the most guilty, missing two golden chances.

However, this Arsenal team will bounce back, their season won’t be decided on one unfortunate game.

And perhaps the Arsenal players should actually take confidence from how well they played at a very tough ground to visit this season.
Moreover, Havertz looked strong again against Villa, something that bodes very well for Arsenal.

A trip to PSV Eindhoven on Tuesday should now be a chance to rest a few players given qualification has already been achieved.

And attention will quickly then be returned to a tough festive run of league fixtures.

 

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