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Copy from Football Unlimited of 06/03/2003.
If, as Sir Alex Ferguson alleges, Arsenal are "overconfident" about their chances of retaining the Premiership title, Arsène Wenger's self-assurance should not blur his sense of caution. Though Manchester United produced a disjointed and scruffy display last night, the gap at the top of the Premiership has been trimmed to five points.
This was a reminder to Arsenal of United's durability. But although they threatened to overwhelm their opponents in the early exchanges, their late winner came from an unlikely source, Mikael Silvestre scoring his first goal of the season, and a hamstring injury that will keep out Roy Keane for a month does little to support the suggestion that they can dethrone Wenger's team.
Nor will this performance. The Arsenal manager should note that the hosts were far more grateful than Leeds to hear the final whistle.