Tottenham Hotspur’s Brazilain Superstar Lucas Moura worked under Unai Emery at PSG before he was forced to leave the Paris outfit.
When the referee blew the final whistle, Arsenal emerged triumphant against West Ham in their third Premier League this season. Unai Emery and Arsenal registered their first Premier League this season. They began the season losing against Manchester City and Chelsea, but bounced back to get the better of West Ham.
Unai Emery might have already found life harder and difficult in the English Premier League. Whereas, Lucas Moura, a player who was part of Unai Emery’s PSG before joining Tottenham Hotspur in January, 2018, is settling well in the Premier League. He has already bagged 3 goals to his name from 3 appearances for the Spurs in the Premier League.
Against Manchester United, Lucas Moura scored two goals and punished United’s defensive frailties. He has also made it clear that his objective for this season is to win the English Premier League. However, according to Metro, Lucas Moura, who endured a difficult spell at PSG under Unai Emery, has hit back at his former coach.
He was quoted as saying, “It was very hard, the worst seven months of my life. I came from a very good season, I was second top scorer of the team, only behind Cavani. The following season, I wasn’t even called up. I used to go to practice, I wasn’t even in the game. I used to go back home. Anyway, it was very difficult. But I kept working hard, strong. And God gave me the best gift of life, my son.”
Lucas Moura’s performance for Tottenham Hotspur has been convincing and impressing, to say the least. The Brazilian attacker has done enough to make an impression and will now look to carry the momentum forward as he and Tottenham Hotspur look to finally win the English Premier League.
Moura will have the opportunity to punish Unai Emery’s Arsenal when Tottenham Hotspur and the Gunners face off in the North London in early Septemeber. While Moura will be looking to prove his former coach wrong, Unai Emery will be looking to prove he was right to bench the Brazilian.
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