Arsenal vice-captain Per Mertesacker had a cheeky message for former team-mate Lukasz Fabianski, after the Polish international was part of the Swansea City side which beat Man United and allowed us to leapfrog them in the table.
— Per Mertesacker (@mertesacker) February 21, 2015
As the team boarded the coach with three points in the bag from a tough London derby against Crystal Palace on Saturday evening, Mertesacker made sure he mentioned our FA Cup winning hero.
We have moved into third place and could remain there should results go our way on Sunday.
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Arsene Wenger admitted that the team was slightly lucky to win against Alan Pardew’s side.
However, in what was a horrendous pitch which seemed a tactic from the home side to stop us playing our football, the game became a battle and that is exactly what the team did.
We are surely favourites now to claim that third place spot in the Premier League and automatic qualification for next season’s Champions League group stage.