Oleksandr Zinchenko is a weakness, says Tony Adams

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Oleksandr Zinchenko was criticised by Tony Adams as a weakness after the Aston Villa game. Aston Villa beat the Gunners on home soil.

Aston Villa Unstoppable

Unai Emery‘s team defeated a resolute Arsenal squad 1-0 for their 15th straight Premier League home game, just days after defeating Manchester City.
The person who Arsenal would have emphasised most before the game was Leon Bailey, who was transforming Oleksandr Zinchenko inside and out in only ten minutes.

Although Tony Adams believes the 26-year-old is a “complete weakness” without the ball, he appreciates what the player does with it and when Arsenal is in possession, as he told Premier League Productions.

Oleksandr Zinchenko Weakness

John McGinn of Aston Villa started the score on behalf of Oleksandr Zinchenko’s team. Tony Adams said he was “laughing off-air” at how “everyone” on the Arsenal team plays left-back save for the player.

That is now due to Mike Arteta’s strategies and his desire for the £32 million player to overload in midfield.

Naturally, Tony Adams, wearing his defensive hat, is evaluating the scenario from the previous weekend and believes that Arsenal is now susceptible while defending.

Adams stated, “Oleksandr Zinchenko is a great positive player for us.” “He can be such a strength when he has the ball.”

He enters abruptly. We had stopped talking to chuckle. Everyone, save for Zinchenko, is a left back. He always leaves a huge channel empty when he’s inside playing.

“But he can be a complete weakness.”

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