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Herrera underlines Champions League importance

22 Mai 2017

The victory was Wenger's first over the Portuguese in the Premier League after 13 games as Granit Xhaka and Danny Welbeck scored the goals in a 2 - 0 win, Granit Xhaka and Danny Welbeck scored the goals in a 2 - 0 win, NAIJ.com reports.

"I am very pleased with the performance but not with the result", Mourinho said during his post-match press conference. It was not a gamble, it was a simple decision based on common sense.

"After that we lost boys that could be alternatives: Ashley Young, Luke Shaw, Timothy Fosu-Mensah".

"We have had many draws (against Mourinho) as well and there were some fantastic teams that we played against". It was not a gamble, but a outcome of our situation. Seventeen matches in seven weeks with 16 players is impossible. Seventeen matches in seven weeks, April and May.

The Gunners were in desperate need of a win after being humbled in the North London Derby last week and responded with a concerted effort which will go some way towards appeasing their disgruntled fans.

"My feelings, it's also the most important match of our history". "A clean sheet is always nice for the defence and I think we did well".

"I grew up there (United) so it's a special place in my life but once we get on that pitch it's just business at the end of the day and try and get the points for the team".

"Trophies are very important for the club, and it is very important to be in a European final". I didn't give them the match, I tried to win, but we lost.

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"I watched the (Liverpool) game and I've seen the penalty given by the referee (for a handball by Jack Stephens)".

"We are giving everything we can, the players, myself, everyone that works around here".

"They had luck with that first goal".

We saw so many excitements today in the English Premier League.

Spain worldwide Herrera believes it is imperative his side secure their place in the final, as they bid to move a step closer to Champions League qualification, although he knows they will not have it all their own way against Celta. "So we have to fight hard tomorrow".

"If we don't qualify for the Champions League, it's because we're not good enough for the Champions League", Mourinho said.

"There's no rivalry", Mourinho told ESPN Brasil.

"When everything comes together like that, you look good on a personal level too".

Herrera underlines Champions League importance