LONDON: Arsenal have bad habits that can make their team face difficulties and it was proven once again in the Europa League this morning.
However they finally advanced to the quarterfinals and took revenge on the team that eliminated them from the tournament last season.
They lost at home to Olympiacos after the ball hit their own players and squandered many chances including three times by captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
On the other hand, Arsenal went through a harder night than they should have faced the Greek team which ended up with 10 men.
Manager Mikel Arteta said: “I am very happy to qualify but we are not at the level we set ourselves. We made it very difficult.
“I hope we learn from him. We have already beaten two good teams, Olympiacos and Benfica, but the next team will be more challenging.”
Arsenal are betting on Aubamayeng after being sidelined from neighboring London rivals Tottenham.
But they face a team that has a strong will to win at the Emirates Stadium as evidenced last season when they eliminated Arsenal through an away goal.