EPL big guns avoid each other in fourth round
London, UK - Mikel Arteta said he saw two sides of the Arsenal team he has inherited after a greatly improved second-half performance secured a 1-0 win over Leeds to reach the FA Cup fourth round on Monday.
The Gunners made Leeds pay for their profligacy with a host of wasted first-half chances before Reiss Nelson scored the winner ten minutes into the second period.
However, Arteta was not impressed by his side's start to the game and claimed he had learned a lot from how they reacted to beating Manchester United 2-0 on New Year's Day to kickstart his reign in charge.
London, UK - League One Shrewsbury could host European champions Liverpool in the FA Cup fourth round later this month as holders Manchester City take on Fulham.
The Shrews host Bristol City in a third round replay with the winners earning the right to take on the English Premier League (EPL) leaders. Chelsea also face lower league rival as
"Now I'm really pleased but we saw two different teams from the first to second half," Arteta told the BBC.
"I tried to tell them exactly
Frank Lampard's men travel to Championship side Hull.
Manchester United and Tottenham could have a trip to EPL opposition to contend with should they come through replays. United must overcome Wolves at home on January 14 for the right to face either Watford or League One Tranmere Rovers.
Spurs will travel to what they were going to face and after 32 minutes we had won one duel.
"We changed our attitude, desire and organisation at half
Southampton, where they lost on New Years' Day, if they beat Middlesbrough and Arsenal face a trip to Bournemouth.
League Two Northampton, the lowest side in the English football pyramid sure of their place in the last 32, host Wayne Rooney's Derby.
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"I saw them react when they lost against Chelsea and saw them react when they had won were
Arsenal's Reiss Nelson (left) shoots past Leeds United's Illan Meslier for the only goal of the match in London, UK, on Monday