Arsenal players claim Lingard celebration motivated them to beat United

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Liverpool have no intention of sacrificing Champions League progress to boost their chances of winning the Premier League title and will do their best to win both competitions this season, goalkeeper Alisson has said.

Mauricio Pochettino's Spurs side lost 2-1 to Southampton in the Premier League on Saturday and now find themselves 12 points adrift of second-placed Liverpool.

He once again explains that Sanchez, who is earning €25m per season with the Red Devils, has not adapted to his current club, which is why Manchester United are looking to offload him. You get an away goal and I think they're in the driving seat.

After United's FA Cup tie with Wolves at the weekend, their next domestic match takes place on 30 March, by which time the club hope to have Solskjaer installed as permanent boss.

While it is slightly peculiar that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is getting so much praise for a comeback when he also presided over the first-leg defeat that left United in a hole, it would also be very hard to ignore the squad pleading for him to be permanently appointed and the significantly improved atmosphere around the club.

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"I don't know if it was the best performance this season but we are improving, and being competitive in different matches", he said.

"When you get into the latter stages of the cup, it becomes clearer as to who you can draw".

After a tough start against Man City and Chelsea, Emery led Arsenal on a 22-game unbeaten run in all competitions and while they suffered a dip over the festive period, the north Londoners have returned to form in recent weeks.

AS Granit Xhaka said after scoring the opening goal against Man United yesterday, we are "back in the game" at last. But it is all conjecture at this point, and it remains to be seen how the club bounces back from the defeat at the Emirates against a side as risky as Wolves this weekend.

It marked the beginning of the most successful period in the club's history, and gradually over the next ten years they would go from strength to strength, developing into the powerhouse that sits on top of the Premier League today. That is just one of those things.

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