L & # 39; ARSENAL has signed Lucas Torreira because he can "play the dirty side of the game".
This is according to former Chelsea striker Chris Sutton, who believes that Uruguay's international is not a high-quality midfielder. Torreira left the bench to make his debut in Arsenal in a 2-0 home defeat against Manchester City. Sutton said: "I do not think Lucas Torreira is a great technician but he is tough and likes a tackle." Arsenal needs the players to do the dirty side of the game and that's why they brought him in. Related Articles "He came and is trying to add a bit of intensity." Raheem Sterling and Bernardo Silva did the damage to dampen the mood at Emirates Stadium for Unai Emery's inaugural match in charge . Arsenal failed to test the city goalkeeper Ederson, and Sutton believes the invention was missing.ARSENAL 0 MAN CITY 2: FIVE THINGS THAT WE HAVE COMMITTED
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"We do not judge Arsenal in this performance against the best team in the country," he said. "I think they showed grit, determination and desire, but I was disappointed by them in the final third.City wasted a number of occasions, including a glorious personal opportunity for Sergio Aguero, and Sutton believes they should have won more.
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"Today could be much more comfortable for Man City," he said. "I think it will be frustration for Pep Guardiola today." So many possibilities, but not enough clinical in the final third. "Raheem Sterling was electric and looks sharp as a turn." Arsenal makes the short trip to Stamford Bridge on Saturday to face Chelsea. Related articles