Rob Holding has revealed what Arsenal need to improve on after the disappointing 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace (via Arsenal.com).
Arsenal may have won 11 of their last 12 matches but a clear pattern has emerged in the Gunners performances.
Unai Emery’s men have often started slowly in matches before coming from behind and dominating matches in the second half.
Again, the Gunners got off to a slow start against Crystal Palace and now, Rob Holding has admitted that the Gunners need to start matches faster.
“We’ve come out in the second half in our past few matches and really turned on the style and scored some goals,” Holding said after the Palace match
“We just need to start a bit faster and play how we do in the second half. That’s something to work on for the next game.
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“It’s the end of the winning run and we’re disappointed with that, but as long as we don’t lose, it’s one of them.
“It was an entertaining game for the fans I suppose, but we’re disappointed not to keep that winning streak going.”