Crystal Palace eye move for Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud

Crystal Palace eye move for Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud

Crystal Palace eye move for Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud

Despite holding the ball for 67% of the match, the Gunners failed to find the back of the net, until, Olivier Giroud, just had to be him, didn't it? rescued Arsene Wenger and his side, coming off the bench to score in the 88th minute.

But it was what unfolded between the goals that pricked Wenger's attention.

The Sunday Mirror says Giroud will consider joining another club in London on loan until the end of the season as he does not want to unsettle his family. No because we wanted to win, but when you can not win at least don't lose it.

The Gunners had a good response to going behind, dominating possession and taking the game towards the hosts in the first half and hour, but the Saints nearly had a second on the half-hour mark when a James Ward-Prowse cross caused chaos in the Arsenal box.

Oriel Romeu nearly found a way past Cech when his 20-yard drive struck the bar before a routine ball over the Arsenal defence led to Tadic setting up another good opportunity, this time for Ryan Bertrand.

"The answer is the authority of the referees and to put it in the head of the players to respect the game and play".

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Wenger's men have already recorded two wins over Southampton at St Mary's in 2017 and could become the first team to make it three in a calendar year with victory on Sunday.

"First of all I think it's in the head of the players to respect the game and to play". "But it is different because we played a good game, showed intelligence and we got a point".

"Of course you are concerned". Let us know in the comments...

- Southampton have only lost one of their last seven home Premier League games against Arsenal (W2 D4).

"I will start him too of course, because we play every three days", he added. He's mentally extremely strong as well.

"It is a great achievement what he has done".

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