This week in…1995 Arsenal moved to third place in the Premiership after a 4-2 home win over Sheffield Wednesday. Dennis Bergkamp fired the Gunners ahead with a 20-yard free kick before David Hirst and Chris Waddle put the Owls 2-1 up after just 21 minutes
This week in...1995
Arsenal moved to third place in the Premiership after a 4-2 home win over Sheffield Wednesday.
Dennis Bergkamp fired the Gunners ahead with a 20-yard free kick before David Hirst and Chris Waddle put the Owls 2-1 up after just 21 minutes.
Nigel Winterburn hit an unlikely equaliser before Paul Dickov and John Hartson sealed the three points.
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"Either side could have had six goals,' said Arsenal manager Bruce Rioch. 'We have started to let too many crosses come in."
"We won 4-2 but it could have finished 6-6. For some reason, we have started allowing crosses to come into our area. Players are moving towards us too easily as well.
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"At half-time, I told the lads that they mustn't feel sorry for themselves - they must show some fire in their bellies and get out there and do something about it.''