Arsenal supervisor, Mikel Arteta, has warned his gamers they “should cease making errors”, following their 3-1 win over Olympiacos within the Europa League on Thursday.
Arteta additionally insisted his crew gained’t cease taking part in out from the again.
The Gunners put one foot within the quarter-final, due to objectives from Martin Odegaard, Gabriel and Mohamed Elneny.
Nonetheless, Arsenal solely managed to achieve their two-goal benefit after conceding a tender equaliser, with Youssef El-Arabi scoring after intercepting a lazy cross from Bernd Leno.
Arteta informed BT Sport after the ultimate whistle: “We began the sport rather well, actually dominant and creating a number of probabilities.
“We gave them a objective attempting to play out from the again however then we reacted effectively to attain two extra objectives. General a extremely constructive outcome however we’ve to cease making the errors which might be costing objectives as a result of we can not maintain that.
“It isn’t about focus it’s about once you play the ball. It isn’t about stopping the best way we play as a result of that is us.
“We had been actually strong, actually dominant. We confirmed a number of character to come back right here and dominate like we did. The subsequent factor is to do this for 90 minutes and provides nothing to the opponent.
“That is half time and something can occur. Full focus and we begin 0-0 once more within the second leg and attempt to win the sport.”