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Takehiro Tomiyasu sends message to Arsenal fans as Mikel Arteta tends to injury fear


Takehiro Tomiyasu was making his first excursion for the north Londoners since a cmtransfer deadline day move and was urgent to triumph against the Canaries.

The Japanese defense maestro has made an impression on fans proposing he will “be better” regardless of a positive introduction for the club.

The former Bologna player fixed a cutoff time day move to the Emiratee turning into the 6th signing of the mid year transfer window.

He was quickly pushed into the spotlight by the Gunners boss Mikel Arteta as he began in the 1-0 triumph over Norwich – the club’s first PL win of the season.

Takehiro Tomiyasu receiving a standing ovation while walking off the pitch on his debut

Eventually, he wound up playing for a little more than an hour against Norwich City prior to getting supplanted by Smith Rowe.

His commitments were strong all through the game while he nearly denoted his debut for the Gunners with a tremendous objective yet his gymnastic volley flew directly over the Norwich crossbar.

While Tomiyasu grabbed the attention going advances, the Japanese was additionally strong as the north Londoners endeavored to keep Norwich City under control by contributing a tackle and two clearances.

Following the game, Takehiro Tomiyasu took to his Instagram handle and guaranteed fans improvement notwithstanding a promising beginning to life at the Emirates.

He expressed: “It was an exceptional day for me. I was glad to play [in] front of stunning fans in Emirates Stadium.

“Much obliged to you for your enormous help. I’ll continue to work towards getting better.”

Takehiro Tomiyasu’s Instagram post

In other news, Mikel Arteta communicated his fulfillment at Takehiro Tomiyasu’s promising introduction, while likewise uncovering that his withdrawal was just preparatory.

Talking in his post-match question and answer session, the Gunners boss said: ” [He was] truly certain.

“The initial feeling when you meet him is delight, joy and energy. He was squeezing [in the second half], he needed to travel [earlier in the week] and we needed to take him off.”

His next opportunity to perform will come in a weekend from now as the Emirates outfit travel to Turf Moor.

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