"What I saw was the best goalkeeper in the world".
"I think that was the most important save but, like I said, the full team defended very well and fought for the three points".
Wenger said: "I am not Pochettino, I am Arsene Wenger".
With United leading 2-1 at the time, De Gea made a remarkable double save to deny Lacazette's low half-volley and Alexis Sanchez's effort on the follow-up.
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De Gea made an unbelievable pair of stops on Lacazette and Alexis Sanchez in the 56th minute.
The only other goalkeeper to make so many saves in a Premier League match are Tim Krul for Newcastle United (versus the Spurs in November 2013) and Vito Mannone for Sunderland (versus Chelsea in April 2014).
The 29-year-old attacker won man of the match awards for his all-action displays against Huddersfield Town and Tottenham Hotspur over the past month or so.
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"But I have to say that my players deserve all the great words - I don't know so many more in English". I don't know so many in English but unbelievable, phenomenal, fantastic.
Although Antonio Valencia's early strike and Jesse Lingard's brace ultimately secured a first win for United at the Emirates Stadium since 2014, De Gea's significant contribution can not be overlooked as the no.1 was in outstanding form between the sticks - beaten only by Alexandre Lacazette's strike early in the second half.
They comfortably held on despite Paul Pogba being sent off for a unsafe challenge late on, punishing Arsenal for early defensive mistakes. It was the least they deserved for their response to such a bad start, though it was something of a mystery how it managed to take them so long.
"It was a big blow to go 2-0 so early on - especially at home. But I'm angry and disappointed because in the end we have nothing to show for it", Wenger told a news conference. The attitude was impeccable until the end. "If you want to analyse well, watch the difference between them and us and then you will see", he said.
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