France forward believes his side can leave London with at least point providing they do one specific thing.
Man of the match versus Liverpool during his club's 3-1 upset victory over top four chasing Liverpool, Hull City forward Yannick Sagbo is banking on the Tigers recreating their collective performances when they take on Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday, December 4. If they do, he claims, then they can be sure of leaving London with at least a point.
'It felt like we hadn’t won in a very long time so it was great to get back to winning ways against Liverpool,' said Sagbo, to the club's official website, when confirming how buoyed the club were to deny the Reds even a point when they hosted them at the KC Stadium on Sunday, December 1.
'We played really well at the weekend. The whole team was fantastic and we had a great sense of satisfaction at the result. Now we have to do it all over again against Arsenal. Every game at this level is difficult but this will be one of the toughest.'
Aside from a 1-0 reverse at Old Trafford against Manchester United, Arsenal have won five since drawing with West Bromwich Albion. Furthermore, since their blip suffered on the opening day of the season versus Aston Villa, the Gunners have always collected maximum points at home.
Sagbo, though, believes Hull can disrupt that Emirates Stadium form on Wednesday evening: 'If we can repeat our performance against Liverpool, then I am confident we can get something from the game.'
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