Elneny delighted with Arsenal's Europa League win over AC Milan

Arsenal will be without Pierre Emerick Aubameyang

Arsenal will be without Pierre Emerick Aubameyang

But on the brink of half-time, Arsenal did score a second.

Before that, Milan face a very hard Serie A trip to Genoa, who already beat Inter a few weeks ago. Arsene Wenger has hit back and it would be interesting to see if the obviously hostile reception that Deeney would get at the Emirates has an effect on the player as he is one of the key men in the side - who also scored their most recent victor against West Brom to claim all three points.

Wenger is also adamant that the criticism directed towards him from Arsenal's fans is not personal. It can make you a better manager to face a crisis'. We didn't play as a team so that's what you get. Worse still is that turnovers led to unsafe counter attacking situations and only didn't end up costing Arsenal due to some good defending and ineptitude from Milan.

It is still an intimidating task with Atletico Madrid lurking in the draw, along with a host of second-tier European sides who could all pose problems, but Arsenal are second favourites now to win the trophy after a San Siro performance which looked remarkably competent. We never played like a compact team and Arsenal deserved the victory.

Le Saux told Betfair: "It was a great win for Arsenal last night, but it won't make a difference when it comes to the calls for Arsene Wegner to go".

And ahead of Watford's visit to the Emirates Stadium in the Premier League on Sunday, Gunners midfielder Wilshere conceded he and his team-mates had been performing well below their best for several weeks.

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'But I'm just unhappy that we lose the games.

Speaking to the media on Wednesday, Wenger highlighted what he believe his team needed to do to gain a positive result, such as "playing quicker" and "being more practical and pragmatic", and they certainly achieved those goals at San Siro. They can come, want to play and want to win the game.

He added: 'I have had many messages from (managers past and current) who are supportive and I must say I am very grateful to them and we all go through tough times. We had to be smarter and more responsible with the ball, this we know.

"I think that can help us in this competition as well, if we keep the wins up and keep performing like this we've got a chance".

"Football is first about values, if I can leave that behind me and that maybe somewhere people respect that Arsenal is [not only] about winning or losing, but as well about what is important in the game", he said.

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