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Wenger Says United Will Pay for Not Scoring More
Guardian UK, April 30th, 2009 3PM

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Arsene Wenger boldly predicted Arsenal would make Manchester United regret not turning their superiority into more goals on Wednesday, suggesting that United would see a different Arsenal on Tuesday when the clubs meet again at Arsenal's home Emirates Stadium.

"It was a difficult game for us and when you look at the number of clear-cut chances that Manchester United created then, of course, they were on top," Wenger said. "The positive for us is that it's only 1-0 and next week, playing at home, I am confident you will see a different Arsenal.

"We still have a good chance to reverse the result. We have the quality to do it and we believe we do it. The tie is still very open. They [United] will have regrets because they didn't get a second goal and it's down to us to make sure they regret it. It's a good opportunity to show our character and mental strength. There's a final at stake and, don't worry, when we are playing at home and can reach a final we will be up for it. I'm confident because I know we will be on top on Tuesday."

 

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