Kieran Tierney admits he was “caught” in the Manchester City defeat after a first start in over a month … believing Arsenal were unlucky not to score against Pep Guardiola’s side
- Kieran Tierney started in Manchester City for the first time in over a month
- The Scottish left-back said he wasn’t sure he could make it through the entire game
- Raheem Sterling’s early goal earned Arsenal their 11th league loss of the season
- But Tierney felt that the Gunners had spells in the match from which to draw positive results
Kieran Tierney admitted he found his return to action physically difficult in Arsenal’s 1-0 loss to Manchester City on Sunday.
The Scottish left-back had been injured for over a month, his last start against Newcastle on January 18.
And Tierney, who struggled with Riyad Mahrez and Kevin De Bruyne at an early age before improving as the game progressed, spoke after the match about the challenge of getting his fitness back up to par.
Kieran Tierney admitted he had failed against Manchester City on his return