Bournemouth head coach Gary O’Neill reveals who is the best team in England After his team narrowly created a huge twist over leaders Arsenal in the Premier League last night
Gary O’Neill hails Arsenal as ‘The best team in the Premier League’ after his Bournemouth side suffered a heartbreaking defeat at the Emirates Stadium in the Premier League last night (Saturday 4 March 2023). ) and insisted he had no problem with the Gunners’ frantic celebrations . The time before the end of about 35 minutes.
The visitors scored the second quickest goal in Premier League history. After just nine seconds from Philip Billing, and Marcos Senesi headed in to make it 2-0 in the 57th minute. And it could be a dream afternoon for Bournemouth fans in north London. But Arsenal soon equalized when Thomas Partey and Ben White scored twice in eight minutes.
despite fighting back But it still looked like Bournemouth kept their valuable one point until Reiss Nelson scored the winner in the 97th minute make arsenal .They still maintain a five-point gap with second-placed Manchester City, while Bournemouth remain bottom. 1 point away from the safety zone and O’Neill admitted that it was a result of the competition. ‘Very heartbreaking’ for his team But said the Cherries could take solace in the fact that they came close to making a comeback against Liverpool. ‘The best team in the Premier League’
“It is extremely sad. that we lost like that,” he said. Fighting and the effort they put in was great.” “It’s hard to take. But Arsenal are the best team in the league. I don’t think a lot of people expected us to come here and cause Arsenal problems. But we did, it was just not enough. We played better than you expected and deserved something from this UFABET game.
A number of Arsenal substitutes and Mikel Arteta’s staff ran onto the pitch celebrating a stunning winner. But O’Neill didn’t care too much about the way he celebrated the goal, adding: “I have no opinion on what Arsenal do. I shook hands with Miguel. It was a game he needed to win. And I want something from it too ′′ We went to war and he did better. they score a goal So they can celebrate as they please.”
In addition to current Arsenal players, Gunners legend Ian Wright was delighted with his former club’s unbeaten run. In a video shared by Gary Lineker on Twitter, Wright can be seen jumping in circles as he waves in delight at the Gunners’ victory. He screamed for 20 seconds and waved Liniger away when asked about the door. The former Gunners striker’s smile vanished as someone said. The shot is being reviewed by VAR, to which Wright replies: ‘No way!’