SPORT

Newcastle’s lone goal against Arsenal: “It felt like Arsenal wanted me to score against them by any means; David Raya almost gave me a second goal.” In an emotional interview, Joe Wilock addresses Arsenal supporters following Newcastle United’s 3-0 comeback victory over Wolves yesterday.

Newcastle's lone goal against Arsenal: "It felt like Arsenal wanted me to score against them by any means; David Raya almost gave me a second goal." In an emotional interview, Joe Wilock addresses Arsenal supporters following Newcastle United's 3-0 comeback victory over Wolves yesterday.

Newcastle’s lone goal against Arsenal: “It felt like Arsenal wanted me to score against them by any means; David Raya almost gave me a second goal.” In an emotional interview, Joe Wilock addresses Arsenal supporters following Newcastle United’s 3-0 comeback victory over Wolves yesterday.

Joe Willock delivers a message to Arsenal fans following Newcastle United’s impressive comeback victory over Wolves yesterday.

Joe Willock addresses Arsenal fans following Newcastle United’s loss

Joe Willock returned from injury in Newcastle United’s defeat to Arsenal

Joe Willock made his injury comeback during Newcastle United’s loss to Arsenal.

Joe Willock expressed his gratitude to the Arsenal supporters for their warm reception during Saturday’s 4-1 loss to Newcastle United at the Emirates Stadium.

After a strong first half performance that included an own goal from Sven Botman and a close-range finish from Kai Havertz, Mikel Arteta’s team emerged victorious.

Arsenal’s other goals came from Bukayo Saka and Jakub Kiwior in the second half. Willock, who had returned from an Achilles injury, then scored on his return to the Emirates Stadium.

The fans of Arsenal welcomed Willock, who signed a £25 million contract with Newcastle in 2021, with great affection inside the Emirates, and the midfield player expressed his gratitude to the team for helping him advance from their academy to the first team.

Willock said to TNT Sports, “We knew what we were getting into when we came here; Arsenal is a really top side, they play good football.”

We could have played better in the first half, but I felt that we reacted in the second half, and we need to carry that momentum into the next game.

READ MORE  Arsenal icon Ian Wright has told Mikel Arteta the only player he needs to buy to be able to beat City and Spurs to winning the title

“It’s a bit bittersweet,” Willock said in response to a question regarding his return to Arsenal. “Obviously, I’m delighted to score, but the most important thing is the result, and unfortunately we didn’t get the three points today.”

“I appreciate the support I received from the Arsenal supporters.” They welcomed me with open arms.

I was at Arsenal since I was four and a half years old, and they have given me a lot throughout my career. They were very generous to me and I appreciate that.

It’s a little disheartening to be playing for Newcastle United today and losing.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button