Juan Mata issues Man United rallying cry ahead of Arsenal showdown

Juan Mata is targeting three points when Manchester United travel to Arsenal next weekend

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Juan Mata is already looking forward to Manchester United’s trip to Arsenal next weekend.

Louis van Gaal’s side head to The Emirates on Saturday evening looking for a victory following their 1-0 win over Crystal Palace in their last outing.

I hope we have a nice game and bring back three points

Juan Mata

Mata was not called up to the Spain squad for their round of international fixtures this week – and the Spaniard is keen to get back to action next weekend.

Mata wrote on his blog: “The week that now comes to an end has been different due to the international break.

“There were no fixtures in the Premier League and that’s why I’m already looking forward to our next match on Saturday.

“I have good memories of my previous games against Arsenal; obviously they are a tough opponent, but they use to play very good football and they also leave you play.

“The Emirates is a great stadium and I hope we have a nice game and bring back three points to keep moving up on the table.”

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