Photo: Mathieu Flamini hails Arsenal’s ‘solidarity’ ahead of Stoke clash
Arsenal midfielder Mathieu Flamini reflects on the Gunners's 3-3 draw with Liverpool mid-week ahead of Stoke trip
Mathieu Flamini has hailed Arsenal’s “solidarity” after a 3-3 draw at Anfield mid-week ahead of Sunday’s trip to Stoke City.
The north London side led for most of the second half after Olivier Giroud’s second of the night in the 55th minute gave the visitors a slender lead at Anfield.
However, Liverpool substitute Joe Allen scored an 90th-minute equaliser within eight minutes of his introduction to salvage a point for Jurgen Klopp’s side in front of their home supporters.
Flamini took to Twitter on Friday evening to post a snap of team-mate Aaron Ramsey and the Frenchman in discussion from Wednesday night and issue a rally cry ahead of Sunday’s late kick-off at the Britannia Stadium.
— Mathieu flamini (@Matflam) January 15, 2016
The former AC Milan midfielder has enjoyed a run in the Arsenal first-team in recent months following injuries to Santi Cazorla and Francis Coquelin.
Arsenal are at the top of the Premier League table but level on points with second-placed Leicester City.