Thierry Henry criticises Gunners star for not using his brain

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Arsenal managed to get their Premier League campaign back on track with a 2-1 win over Crystal Palace this weekend, but Gunners legend Thierry Henry still found a potential flaw that could have cost them the game. The Frenchman highlighted Francis Coquelin as a player who could have been sent off in the second-half, having picked up a yellow card and then made a rash tackle on James McArthur. Henry admitted he was fortunate not to have been given his marching orders, which would have obviously affected Arsene Wenger’s men, stating that he needed to be smarter and play with his brain. Meanwhile Wenger hailed the performance put in by Mesut Ozil, labelling the midfielder as ‘quality’. The Arsenal boss said he wanted the former Real Madrid man to score more goals this season, stating that he worked harder than many people credited him for.

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