Arsenal: Mikel Arteta hails his team’s resilience after Premier League win over Crystal Palace

The Independent published this video item, entitled “Arsenal: Mikel Arteta hails his team’s resilience after Premier League win over Crystal Palace” – below is their description.

Mikel Arteta lauded Arsenal’s fight in their season-opening 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace but admitted much more was required from his attackers.

The Gunners walked away with all three points at Selhurst Park thanks to a first-half Gabriel Martinelli header and a late Marc Guehi own goal.

Arsenal dominated the opening exchanges but the Eagles challenged Arteta’s side after the restart as the visitors failed to create second-half chances in Gabriel Jesus’ competitive debut.

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