Wenger Praises Arsenal For Digging Deep

Wenger Praises Arsenal For Digging Deep

Arsene Wenger hailed a 'very important' win for Arsenal after they fought back from going a goal down to beat West Ham 3-1. "Overall, it's a hard-fought win but a very, very important one," said Wenger. "After the Saturday game we had to dig deep with some players and they showed a great mental response." Lukas Podolski, who bagged a brace against the Hammers says Arsenal need to forget about the FA Cup until they've secured fourth...

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