Mikel Arteta has spoken about Tomiyasu’s injury

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Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta has spoken about Japan defender Takehiro Tomiyasu‘s injury. Who was substitute in the 4-1 win over Leeds

At Elland Road, Arsenal thrashed Leeds United 4-1 on Saturday. But there is a concern about removing Tomiyasu from the field in the 64th minute for Cedric Soares to play at right-back instead. Arteta revealed that it is still good news that Tomiyasu has not suffered any injuries. But is a symptom of overworked muscles. 

And must let the players come out to rest as a precaution. “It’s more of a muscle injury. He works very hard Because he has played every minute since moving to us. and even this week He still has a few problems.” “So we decided to remove him. He wasn’t 100 percent sure he could continue playing. 

I hope he doesn’t get hurt,” Arteta said of Tomiyasu. Ahead of the game at Elland Road, Arsenal revealed that Albert Zambi Loconga had tested positive for COVID-19, after the game Arteta admitted there were still players. Another kicker is Pablo Mari, a Spanish defender. “We also have another player, Pablo, who has contracted coronavirus, unfortunately they will miss out on helping the team,” the Spaniard said.