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Mikel Arteta Spoke To His Arsenal Players In Three Different Languages During Manchester City Game

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Mikel Arteta Spoke To His Arsenal Players In Three Different Languages During Manchester City Game

Mikel Arteta gave his Arsenal players instructions in different languages last night and it reminded Gunners fans of Arsene Wenger.

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Arsenal secured their spot in the FA Cup final after a 2-0 victory over Manchester City at Wembley.

What impressed some fans more than the performance however was Arteta's ability to communicate with his players.

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The Spaniard could be heard barking orders to Nicolas Pepe in French, before flipping between English and Spanish seamlessly when speaking to Joe Willock and Dani Ceballos.

The 38-year-old actually speaks a staggering seven different languages and boasts skills in Spanish, English, French, Italian, Portuguese, Catalan and Basque.

Fans on Twitter have reacted to the clip and they were loving the commitment shown by Arteta.

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Two goals from Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang sealed victory for Arsenal and capped off a week which also saw them defeat Premier League champions Liverpool.

"We've had an incredible week to beat the best two teams in Europe, it doesn't happen every day," Arteta told BBC Sport.

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"I don't care who plays, I can trust them - we made changes and everyone was ready.

"We had to suffer in many moments. We had to be really well-organised and minimise the spaces."

Arsenal will face one of Chelsea or Manchester United in the final, with the second semi-final taking place on Sunday evening.

Featured Image Credit: BT Sport

Topics: Football News, Football, FA Cup, Arsenal, Mikel Arteta, Take a bow, reactions

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