Ljungberg confident things will improve soon
- Arsenal 2-2 Norwich.
- Judging by the first 30 minutes, our performance at Carrow Road was impressive, says Freddie.
- He believes we will turn things around and start winning again soon.
- Ljungberg knows the squad are determined to get back to the winning ways.
The Swede has assured the fans that Arsenal's winless streak - we are eight games without a win - will end soon. Talking at the press conference following the 2-2 draw against Norwich, Ljungberg has complimented his players for fighting throughout the game.
"[Yes, better results will come], 100 per cent," he is quoted by the club's official website. "For me, from what I saw in the first 30 minutes, the belief and how they went and how we played, that’s good.
"In my opinion, offensively we were good, and one thing, when we went one-nil down, it wasn’t players shaking their heads. They were saying, ‘Come on guys, we can sort this out.’
"That shows for me that the belief that they know they’re good players and we want to change a negative trend. For us, on our run, it was a difficult game and I think the players did very well."
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As a reminder, Norwich scored their first goal on a counter despite Arsenal being in control of the game at that time. Teemu Pukki's shot was deflected in off Shkodran Mustafi. Arsenal equalized as Aubameyang scored after a controversial penalty retake was awarded by VAR.
Norwich took the lead one more time, as Todd Cantwell found the net following another counter-attack. Auba leveled things up again but the Gunners failed to score a third goal to secure three points.
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