Arsenal midfielder Matthew Flamini has claimed that it will not be long before the club make a comeback in terms of form. Two disastrous results in the Premier league have almost ended hopes of the title for another season. Arsenal suffered a shock 6-0 thrashing at the hands of Chelsea last week, while the poor form continued with a 2-2 draw with Swansea. There could be further misery for Arsene Wenger and his men since title challengers Manchester city are the visitors to the Emirates stadium this weekend.
City have already beaten Arsenal 6-3 at the Etihad stadium earlier in the season. Hence, they will be feeling confident about their chances this time around. Ahead of the match, Flamini says that the club are extremely disappointed with the return of just one point in the last two matches. Even though the title appears to be gone from their hands, the Frenchman does not want to give up right now. He says that Arsenal will bounce back to form when they take on Manchester city.
He has recalled that team spirit has not gone away from the team after they managed to come back from being a goal down against Swansea to almost snatch three points. It was only a late own goal from Flamini that denied them a win.
“The team spirit is still here and we gave a good example because coming back to 2-1, we were holding the result until near the end, so it was a good reaction for the team. Obviously, it will be very difficult to win the league now because we dropped three points at Chelsea and another two here. It will be very difficult, but what is important is to focus on the next game because we have to get a good result and then we will see,” said Flamini.