The Gunners’ fate is no longer in their own hands.
NEWCASTLE, England (AP) — With his team's Champions League qualification ambitions in ruins, Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka felt it was time to deliver some home truths. “Disastrous” was how Xhaka summed up Arsenal's 2-0 loss to Newcastle on Monday that left Tottenham in charge of the race between the north London rivals for a top-four finish in the English Premier League. Then he went further. “If someone is not ready for this game or too nervous, stay on the bench, stay at home, don’t come he
‘Newcastle were 100 times better than us in every department from the beginning to the end’