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Arsenal will be making a big mistake should they sack Arteta - Guardiola

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Mikel Arteta needs to a turn around for his Arsenal team or might face the sack. The club have been struggling for positive result.
Arsenal’s last win came back in October against Manchester united. It was a 1-0 win at the Old Trafford as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang penalty settled the game. 

Since then, it's been disappointing results in the past games for the North London side. 

Last night, Manchester City thumped the Gunners 4-1 in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals at the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday.

Alexandre Lacazette had equalised for the Gunners after Gabriel Jesus 3rd minutes header which put City in the lead. 

But second-half goals from Riyad Mahrez, Phil Foden and Aymeric Laporte ended Arsenal's run in the cup competition. 

It finished 4-1 in favour of Pep Guardiola side who are the defending Champions of the cup.

After the game, Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola said that the club would be making a "big mistake" if they sack Mikel Arteta.

Speaking tl BBC Radio 5 Live after Tuesday's game, Guardiola said: "They will do a huge, big mistake if they [sack Arteta]. I’m pretty sure they are going to trust him. I understand that the analysts analyse the results. But I was with him many years and I know his incredible quality as a human being and especially as a manager, how he is involved in everything. It’s just a question of time and he will do well.

"I’m not on the board. For me they will do a big mistake if they are thinking [to sack him]." 

Just so you know, the Arsenal's job happens to be Mikel Arteta first experience as a manager. He was an assistant manager under Pep Guardiola at Manchester City before he left last year to take over from Unai Emery at Arsenal. 

The former Barcelona coach urged the club to back him up, stating that Arteta has won two titles for them, which is the FA Cup and Community Shield. 

He said: "They give him the confidence, they won two titles when for a long time ago it didn’t happen at this club. In this pandemic situation, with injury problems they have and the games they played they always played good.

"But unfortunately these games are our job and it depends on the results. But football changes in one week so quick."

Arsenal are currently in 15th place in the Premier League table after 14 matches. The Gunners have suffered seven defeats in their last 10 league games.

And their December fixtures doesn't come easier than playing their London rivals, Chelsea in the Premier League on Boxing Day before back-to-back away trips to Brighton and West Brom on New Year day. 

Guardiola added: "I can speak about my experience alongside him, one of the most incredible successful teams in English history we had and he was part of this success and it would not be possible without him, and to create something like this you need time like I had in my first season."

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