Mikel Arteta has been named Premier League manager of the month for September after guiding Arsenal to three straight victories.

Mikel Arteta

💪 3 wins
⚽️ 5 goals
⛔️ 2 clean sheets

Arsenal beat Norwich, Burnley and rivals Tottenham which took them out of the relegation zone three defeats in a row at the start of the season.

🗣 Mikel Arteta on being named the Premier League’s manager of the month for September.

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“I think this award represents the way everyone has been together, has been working and has been positive in difficult moments and continued to do their work with the right mentality, the right ambition and with the right work and direction. So it’s for them. I get the award but it’s for all the people behind it.”

Mikel Arteta

Arsenal now sits 11th in the Premier League table after drawing their last game with Brighton.

Arteta beat the regulars Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp to become an unexpected winner of the award.

Arsenal will return to action on 18 October against Crystal Palace, who are managed by former Gunners captain Patrick Vieira.

On the other news, Cristiano Ronaldo has beaten Manchester City’s Joao Cancelo, Chelsea’s Antonio Rudiger, Newcastle’s Allan Saint-Maximin, Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah and Watford’s Ismaila Sarr to win the Player of the Month award in his first month back in the Premier League. He last won it in 2008.

Cristiano Ronaldo

Reacting to the award, this is what Cristiano Ronaldo has to say via his Facebook page:

“Proud to be elected Player Of The Month among so many great players in the Premier League. Thanks to all my teammates at Man. United, couldn’t have done it without them. Let’s keep working hard and the results will come! 🔴⚫️💪🏽 #MUFC”

Cristiano Ronaldo

Ronaldo rejoined Manchester United from Juventus in August in a deal believed to be worth €28 million! He scored on his debut and went ahead to score 3 goals in 3 games in September.

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