‘Above’: Jurrien Timber was impressed by the Arsenal player’s performance against Manchester United

Jurrien Timber branded William Saliba’s performance on Instagram after Arsenal’s dramatic 3-1 win over Manchester United at the Emirates on Sunday as “top”.

In the second home game in a row, Mikel Arteta’s team conceded the opening goal and forced themselves to climb a very rocky hill.

Unlike Fulham last week, Arsenal climbed that hill and secured an injury-time win over Manchester United to maintain their unbeaten start to the new Premier League campaign.

During last season’s second leg, Eddie Nketiah was the hero, now it was new signing and summer signing Declan Rice – both Ian Wright and Michael Owen were impressed by Rice’s team-mate, who is yet to start this season.

Arsenal’s defence, led by William Saliba, kept Manchester United at bay despite several scares after Martin Odegaard’s spot-on finish from Marcus Rashford’s opener equalized almost instantly.

When Saliba responded Instagram Reacting to that win, the currently injured Jurrien Timber responded with a “top” in the comments section, while Rice added “yes sir” with fire emojis.

Arsenal FC vs Manchester United – Premier League
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“We keep fighting to the end… ALWAYS,” Saliba wrote.

Arsenal concede too many goals

If you want to win the Premier League title day by day, you need to be consistent and keep a clean sheet, no matter the number of goals you score.

History proves you need it, otherwise you get what the rest of the league gets, and that’s nothing.

Even more at home for Arteta and his players, it seems like they will concede this goal every time. So if they can squeeze that out of their game, it will be of great use to them as they battle Manchester City for the title.

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Emma Bowman

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