Wojciech Szczesny promises his side will bounce back against Manchester United…
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Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny has apologised to supporters after the 5-1 drubbing his side received at the hands of Liverpool at the weekend, reports the Mirror.
The Pole had conceded four goals before twenty minutes, and his side were actually lucky to only concede as many as they did.
“We didn’t enjoy it at all. We didn’t turn up in the first half and we got punished so there’s a lesson there to be learnt but we’ve got to turn up quickly and focus on the next game,” said the 23-year-old stopper.
“We represent one of the biggest clubs in the world and what we did early on is not acceptable. We said that at half-time, we went out in the second half with a different attitude and it was much more of an even game.
The Gunners take on Manchester United on Wednesday evening, and will be desperate to get their title challenge back on track.
Szczesny has promised supporters that his side plan on doing exactly that.
“But as I said we will learn our lesson from this and respond quickly against Man United,” he said.