What happened to Arsenal against Liverpool at Anfield? After manager Mikel Arteta played You’ll Never Walk Alone for his players on the training ground.
Arsenal ‘s documentary ‘All or Nothing’ will be released tomorrow (4 August 2022) and after seeing the first three episodes, fans I can’t wait to see the next episode. And this is what you can expect from them. In the past few days, several clips have emerged that have piqued the curiosity of football fans, one of which has caught the attention of football fans as it shows Mikel Arteta. Playing Liverpool ‘s ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ over the loudspeakers of the training ground just days before their Premier League visit to Anfield , it should have helped his players cope with the intense atmosphere. in Merseyside as well
“One of my crazy ideas…today they are rehearsing with ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ playing in the background,” he told one of his coaches. When it comes to the atmosphere at Anfield Arteta said “There is a word that we use in Spain in cycling. When the cyclist is taking off and at first it looks great, but after 1 kilometer he’s like…Pug. (Arteta puts his hand upside down) He looks stuck and it’s a word called ‘Baccarat’.”
“I had an incident like that once at Anfield. We started the game well. And all of a sudden I saw only red shirts floating around. I can’t keep up with the game And there’s no response.” ‘What did he do?’ and I was like, ‘I can’t play’, I couldn’t cope with playing at Anfield. whether in terms of mind or body Everything happened so fast, I only felt that once in my entire career and that was at Anfield.”
The picture then cuts to the moment the 40-year-old takes his players to training ahead of Liverpool . The practice kicks off before several loudspeakers are set up in the stadium to play classic Liverpool tunes loudly.
So did such innovative ideas work? It seemed to work fine in the first 30 minutes, Anfield was quiet and Arsenal looked dangerous. Arteta’s game plan was perfect. But then in a moment of madness It was Arteta who personally destroyed all of his preparations.
As the game progressed towards the end of the first half , Sadio Mane fought a header with Takehiro Tomiyasu that injured Arsenal’s right-back. This caused Arteta to rage on the sidelines. Because he believed that Mane deliberately elbowed his players. And that sparked a furious reaction from Jürgen Klopp and the Anfield fans and they responded to Arteta’s demand for Mane to be sacked. And Arteta was finally shown a yellow card for his protest. But everything was damaged. The atmosphere at Anfield changed and the match changed. Within minutes with a changing atmosphere Liverpool also took the lead from Mane himself. in the second half Liverpool added goals from Di Ogo Jota, Mohamed Salah and Takumi Minamino and won comfortably 4-0.
after the match Arteta was asked if the slate was a game-changer. Of course he tried to deny it. “I don’t know. I thought the atmosphere was special from the beginning. And this crowd doesn’t need much. So I don’t think it makes a difference,” he said, but one thing is certain. Don’t expect Arteta to argue with Klopp at Anfield again this UFABET season. He wouldn’t want to have trouble with the supporters at Anfield again.