New Arsenal manager Unai Emery has played down the Gunners’ recent winning run by demanding for more from his players in the aftermath of their 3-1 win over Leicester City at the Emirates Stadium on Monday night.
The Spaniard spoke about the need for improvement during his post-match press conference after the win over the Foxes.
The former Paris Saint Germain (PSG) and Valencia boss further revealed that the Leicester City win was important as the Gunners were able to create a distance between them and their opponents.
Unai Emery and his Arsenal players have now won ten games in a row in all competitions after the comeback victory over Leicester City.
The Foxes had taken a 31st-minute lead when Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin put through his own net off a cross from England international left-back Ben Chilwell.
The goal sprung the Gunners into life and they were soon level when captain Mesut Ozil equalised for the hosts just before the halftime interval.
Arsenal began the second half just like they did the first and their dominance paid off when substitute Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored two goals in five minutes just after coming on for Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
Those goals from Aubameyang propelled the Gunners to a 3-1 victory.