Zinchenko ‘breaks’ his silence after the mistake he made against Wolves

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Arsenal continued their winning streak on Saturday by beating Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-1 thanks to goals from Bukayo Saka and Martin Odegaard.

“The Gunners” could have scored four or five goals, if Jesus, Nketiah and Trossard would have been more accurate in front of the goal.

Matheus Cunha scored for the visitors thanks to a mistake by Oleksandr Zinchenko who lost the ball in a very dangerous area.

Cunha then easily beat goalkeeper David Raya, but Arsenal managed to manage the lead well and took the three points in the end.

After the match, Zinchenko broke the silence about the mistake he made on social networks.

“Accept. Learn. The next match”, the Ukrainian wrote on the Instagram social network.

After the match, Arteta in the press conference praised Zinchenko’s ability to keep the ball.

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“You have to love it, just the way it is. Every player has strengths and weaknesses. Alex has more strengths”, the Spanish technician had initially said when asked about Zinchenko’s mistake.

“It can happen to any player. We have to learn from it and move on”, he concluded.

Arsenal has won the last five games in the Premier League and is currently the leader of the table with 33 points, but with one more game played than Manchester City, which has 29 and plays today (Sunday) against Tottenham at the “Etihad”.

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