Lotte Wubben-Moy scored a last-gasp equalizer to help Arsenal Women produce one of the close football scores of the midweek action in the Women’s Champions League. They dominated the game at the Emirates which was just the fifth time they have played at the stadium. It was the visitors who took the lead in the 19th minute through Tabeu Wassmuth before Wubben-Moy equalized in the 89th minute for the Gunners.
Arsenal boss Jonas Eidevall:“Of course we’re still developing but I also said to the team after, yes we will learn, yes we will develop but we have the potential and ability to perform and get results. Let’s not go in with a mentality to just be happy with good performances, the way we want to go, it has to be both performances and result. Let’s be that ambitious. We know it’s going to be a tough return leg in Germany but we’re going to give it everything. The only thing that will make us happy is to go through.”
“I don’t believe anything else. I know it will be very different to what it was today. I’ve been many times away in Germany with teams in Sweden, I know it will be a different game, it will be in front of a different crowd, it will be a different kind of intensity, but if you ask me I believe 100 per cent that we will win, and I will always believe that.”
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