Top 4 still a target for Gunners
LONDON: Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger won’t give up on a top-four finish this season despite a 2-0 defeat by Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday that ensured they will finish below their local rivals for the first time in his 21 years at the club.
Draws for Manchester City and Manchester United in the Premier League earlier on Sunday took them six and five points respectively above Wenger’s side, who have a game in hand, in the race for Champions League football next season.
Arsenal, who have reached an FA Cup final against league leaders Chelsea, play at home to United on Sunday and must win to keep up their hopes of a place in the top four.
“It will be very difficult but we have to fight,” Wenger told reporters at White Hart Lane. “We have a cup final and the chance to get in the top four.
“We have to give everything in every game. We couldn’t afford to