Emery demands more from Iwobi in Arsenal's comeback draw against Liverpool

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He helps us, not only me but all the players, with the small things.

While the top sides have made impressive starts to the campaign, defender Rob Holding believes the Gunners have done a good job to keep up with them - the draw against Liverpool leaving them four points behind last season's beaten Champions League finalists.

"We are giving extra intensity and you can see the manager demands a lot not just in games but on the training pitch and it is paying off", said midfielder Alex Iwobi.

Replays again showed the decision was incorrect and Wolves went on to lose 3-2.

"Milly is like wine, a very good red one". This would prove costly when Liverpool caught Arsenal out in the 61st, but it wasn't Lacazette Emery removed when it was time to change things up ten minutes later, instead it was Aubameyang who got the hook.

"The first big game we lost (against City) but we knew if we work like we did for 12 games we can have points and we felt we had the quality to play the top of the league tonight", Lacazette told BT Sport.

The former Newcastle United star is still waiting to win his first trophy as a Liverpool FC player since his free transfer to Anfield from Manchester City under Brendan Rodgers in 2015.

"I'm not sure exactly why because a few weeks before we sort of agreed and I was ready to sign".

"But I think it pushes us because nobody is safe to play". I think he is better on the left. He chose Arsenal ahead of other clubs citing the similarities between him and the club's overall style of play.

The attacker will be hoping to increase the tally when Arsenal take on Sporting Lisbon in Thursday's Uefa Europa League game.

"We could have kept our shape better in the first half".

"It is not a bad point but we need more", he added.

Such is the close nature of the fight to stay in the Premier League, that Newcastle United's first win of the season, a 1-0 victory over Watford, lifted them straight out of the relegation zone having been there since September 1.

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