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Ian Wright pinpoints the second Arsenal star Martin Odegaard confirmed lack of self-discipline throughout defeat to Man Utd

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Wright agreed with Arteta’s ‘self-discipline’ feedback (Image: Getty/Match of the Day)

Ian Wright highlighted the dearth of ‘self-discipline’ proven by Arsenal and midfielder Martin Odegaard that contributed to their defeat to Manchester United on Sunday.

Arsenal fell to a 3-1 defeat at Outdated Trafford regardless of a vibrant efficiency in Manchester, undone by two targets on the counterattack within the second-half.

Bukayo Saka worn out Antony’s debut objective in a particularly promising begin to the second-half for the Gunners.

However the guests discovered themselves behind once more six minutes later. Christian Eriksen, who shone in United’s midfield, discovered house in deep within the Arsenal half to feed Bruno Fernandes who offered the sensational help for Marcus Rashford’s first objective of the afternoon – doubling his tally 9 minutes later.

In his post-match interview, Arteta alluded to an absence of ‘self-discipline’ in his aspect’s efficiency with Arsenal hero Wright stating Odegaard’s failure to trace Eriksen throughout United’s second, with the Norwegian seen pounding the ground in frustration after the objective went in.

‘That is what he [Arteta] is speaking about in respect of self-discipline,’ Wright advised Match of the Day 2 after highlighting Odegaard dropping Eriksen in build-up to second objective.

‘He has acquired to be nearer to him. Eriksen noticed him out, now he [Odegaard] has acquired to see Eriksen out.

Odegaard was judged to have discovered Eriksen (Image: Getty)

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‘He didn’t do it and you may see how disillusioned he’s with it. These are the issues that sort of value us as we speak they usually had been very ruthless in ending us off.’

Odegaard and Eriksen had been additionally concerned within the sport’s most contentious second when Gabriel Martinelli’s first half objective was dominated out by VAR. Odegaard was judged to have fouled Eriksen within the build-up, a call criticised by the Norway worldwide and Arteta post-match.

Wright nevertheless felt the right determination was made.

‘Individuals will sit there and say oh in my day [it wouldn’t be given]. On this day, that could be a foul,’ he stated.

‘I didn’t see that bit as a result of I used to be so enthusiastic about this bit [Martinelli’s finish]. However once I noticed it [the replay] I right away thought they will give that.

‘Though they [VAR] had a whole nightmare on Saturday I couldn’t see them not giving that. I don’t suppose he even wanted to go to VAR for it, he ought to have seen that straight off the bat.’


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