- Denis Suarez says Arsenal's defeat against Manchester City is not a good one
- Suarez now wants the club's fans to support the club more this season in their campaign
- He played against the Citizens but Suarez could not save the Gunners from a defeat
Denis Suarez has expressed disappointment with how his first game for Premier League side Arsenal ended in a defeat against former club Manchester City.
Suarez is the only player that joined Arsenal in the January 2019 transfer and he made the switch to the Emirates stadium from Spanish champions Barcelona.
He came on against the reigning Premier League champions replacing Kolasinac but Denis Suarez was unable to save the Gunners from a 3-1 defeat at the Etihad stadium.
Arsenal's defeat against Manchester City hampers their top four hopes as they are now occupying sixth after Manchester United beat Leicester earlier on Sunday, February 3.
Denis Suarez has now taken to social media to issue a rallying cry to the Arsenal fans after the defeat against City.
''Today I returned to Manchester to make my debut in the @premierleague and I was eager and happy to start this great challenge.
“The score wasn't good but this has just started. Let's go for it, C'mon Gunners! #ArsenalFC” Suarez tweeted.
Denis Suarez will now be hoping to start in Arsenal’s next game when they take on Huddersfield at the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday, February 9.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester City on Sunday, February 3, returned to second position on the Premier League standings after beating Arsenal 3-1 at the Etihad stadium.
It was a good day for Argentine striker Sergio Aguero in the office as he scored three goals against the North London club.
Sergio Aguero netted his first goal in the first minute of the game when Alex Iwobi made a mistake by passing the ball straight to Laporte deep on the left who then provided a dangerous cross for unmarked Aguero to head past Leno.
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