Arsenal attacker, Alex Iwobi has admitted he felt very sorrowful and disappointed after Saturday’s loss to Tottenham Hotspur, and described the1-0 defeat at Wembley Stadium as ‘hard to take.’
Iwobi was in action for The Gunners on the afternoon in the North London derby, which is his first in the county, and the Super Eagles star was qucik to apologise to his club’s fans for yet another agonising result.
He, however, went on to promise that they will make it up to their fans they are prepared to right the wrongs in Thursday’s Europa League clash with Alhajji Gero’s Ostersunds FK.
Iwobi was not named in Arsenal’s starting line-up for the first time in eight matches across all competitions but came off the bench as replacement for Mohamed Elneny in the 65th minute of the contest.
It meant the Hale End Academy product made his 84th appearance in an Arsenal shirt against Spurs, but he quickly took to social media right after the game to reveal his regrets.
Iwobi stated: ”Being an Arsenal fan myself, defeat was very disappointing and hard to take. I know it’s hard to believe but we know exactly how you are feeling.
“We have another match in a few days and trust me we’ll be putting in 100% to try and make this right. Massive love to all our fans for your support. #BIG17.”