Arsenal supervisor Mikel Arteta said he didn't begin new marking Thomas Partey against Manchester City since he actually needs an ideal opportunity to adjust to life in England. Partey showed up at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday as Raheem Sterling's 23rd-minute objective gave Man City a 1-0 triumph.
The Black Stars midfielder who joined the Gunners from Atletico Madrid on the European exchange cutoff time day, made his Premier League debut subsequent to supplanting Granit Xhaka in the 83rd moment. Inside seven minutes of his presentation, the 27-year-old got a yellow card for a test on Algeria star Riyad Mahrez.
Partey went into Saturday's down after only one instructional meeting at London Colney and the Spanish director is wanting to have him completely got comfortable North London in a matter of moments. "Truly, we will perceive how rapidly we can make it with him," Arteta told the club site.
"I think we need to regard that cycle and that planning for him since he just prepared for a day truly and there's a great deal of new data and diverse game models for him to comprehend, and we need to regard that. "In any case, I think when he went ahead he looked great."
Partey joined the Gunners a week ago after his global task with Ghana where he played in their cordial matches against Mali and Qatar in Turkey. He will would like to make his full introduction when Arsenal start their Europa League crusade with an experience against Rapid Wien on Thursday.
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