Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette was happy his side took all three points from a ’tough’ away trip against the Premier League’s bottom side, Huddersfield today.
The Gunners went in at half-time 2-0 up thanks to a well-taken finish from Lacazette and a deflected effort from Alex Iwobi.
Huddersfield pulled one back in injury time when Arsenal defender Sead Kolasinac scored an own goal, but Unai Emery’s side held on for a victory that sees them move up to fifth in the Premier League table, one point behind fourth placed Manchester United.
Speaking after the game, France international Lacazette was happy to get the win and also felt his side could have scored more goals.
“I think we should have more situations to score more goals but we played against a strong team in the second-half,” Lacazette told BBC’s MOTD.
“Three points is good for us.
“We knew it would be tough because in the first game against them at the Emirates we only scored one goal.
“We knew we had the quality to win today it is only about us and we did it.”