Arteta admits that Tottenham are better and deserve to be at the top of the Premier League

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Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta admit that Tottenham Hotspur deserves to be at the top of the Premier League standings. Arteta said Tottenham was better than Arsenal.

Arsenal and Tottenham will duel in the Premier League this weekend. This North London Derby match will be held at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Sunday (6/12/2020) evening WIB.

Of Premier League standings, Arsenal and Tottenham are currently far apart. The Gunners struggling in the middle of the table by being ranked 14th after only collecting 13 points from 10 matches. It was Arsenal’s worst position ahead of the North London derby since August 1993.

Meanwhile, Tottenham are top of the Premier League standings with 21 points from 10 matches. After falling to Everton in the first week, Jose Mourinho’s team is unbeaten in the last nine matches in the Premier League.

Mikel Arteta even admit that Tottenham performed better than Arsenal. He said Tottenham deserved to be at the top of the Premier League standings.

“The standings are like that because they deserve more than us and they are better than us,” said Arteta Mirror.

“I think it’s still the start of the season to see who is the candidate for champion or not, but all you can say is what I said before that they were in that position because they did everything right.”

“We have to accept that. But we want to go there to cut the distance. We have to see where we are after 38 games. Now what will happen after Sunday, we want to be close and finish three points closer to them.”

“We want to win and this is the only way we prepare for any game and anywhere. Have confidence and belief that we can win there,” said Arteta.

Laga Tottenham vs Arsenal will be broadcast live on Mola TV. This match can be watched via a streaming link this.

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