Arsenal defender Kieran Tierney has revealed who to blame for the recent poor form suffered by the Gunners in the past few games in all competitions.
Speaking after the Europa League draw at the home of Portuguese Super League outfit Vitoria Guimares, Kieran Tierney told reporters that Arsenal manager Unai Emery is not responsible for the poor form and that the players must shoulder the blame for the run that has seen the Gunners lose leads in the last four games in all competitions.
Arsenal are now winless in their last four games in all competitions after the Europa League draw with Vitoria Guimares FC of Portugal.
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Kieran Tierney also said that his game has improved under Unai Emery since his arrival from Scottish champions Celtic in the summer.
The Scotland international left-back was signed for a fee believed to be around £25m and the start to his Arsenal career was affected by a hip injury.
He was recuperating from hip surgery carried out in the summer when Arsenal signed him in August.
Kieran Tierney returned to the pitch at the end of September and the Scotman has been a regular in the Arsenal XI since his return from injury.