Fulham boss Ranieri confident beating Arsenal to Chelsea captain Cahill

The Frenchman has not scored in his last six Premier league outings

The Frenchman has not scored in his last six Premier league outings

Arsenal manager Unai Emery was happy with his team's attacking play after Tuesday's (Jan 1) 4-1 victory over Fulham but admitted their defending has plenty of room for improvement.

Ramsey's long-term future appears to be away from the Emirates after Arsenal retracted a contract offer that was on the table for the Wales global.

Lacazette doubled Arsenal's lead after 55 minutes following some neat play by Iwobi, Aubameyang and Kolasinac, before the France global found space and was able to roll the ball past Sergio Rico.

While Arsenal recovered from their 5-1 thrashing at Anfield to get back to winning ways here, there were still defensive errors throughout the contest.

"Our challenge now is to improve defensively", he added. We are a high team in terms of scoring.

The Englishman has mainly been used in the Carabao Cup and Europa League, with David Luiz and Antonio Rudiger cementing their starting spots in the Premier League matches. "We need to decide with a cold mind what is the best decision".

"I understand the supporters", Emery said, ". but I need to do my work, Lacazette his work".

Fulham remain in 19th place but their Italian manager Claudio Ranieri saw reasons to be positive that a side, which enjoyed a £100 million investment in the summer, can stay up.

"We are in the relegation zone, they are higher".

"The first 30 minutes we played so well and created two great chances and their fans weren't happy", he said. This may take time, but Mesut will give everything he has to help make it work and bring success to Arsenal'. We had to stay more concentrated in every circumstance.

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