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Arsenal need to embrace change like rivals Tottenham - Ian Wright

Odion Ighalo darts away to celebrate with the travelling fans, after putting Watford ahead against Arsenal.

Arsenal legend Ian Wright has called on the Gunners to "change" like their rivals Tottenham, following Sunday's FA Cup defeat to Watford.

Goals from Odion Ighalo and Adlene Guedioura, the latter a stunning drive, condemned holders Arsenal to their first FA Cup defeat in three seasons and left them unlikely to win any silverware this term.

Arsene Wenger side's travel to Champions League holders Barcelona this week for the round-of-16 second leg, trailing 2-0, and are eight points adrift of Premier League leaders Leicester.

Spurs, meanwhile, are mounting an unlikely title challenge and are six points clear of their neighbours, having played one more match.

"They're doing stuff that you expect them to do now," Wright told BT Sport.

"You want to see them do stuff that you're not expecting -- like win games that they have to win. That's what you want -- to see the change.

"Just like Spurs have got a change about them. There's no change at Arsenal and it seems like it's the same old, same old about to happen again."

While Wenger is facing intense pressure and described speculation around his future as a "farce" on Sunday, Spurs head-coach Mauricio Pochettino has received widespread praise for transforming the club.

The Argentine has the youngest squad in the country and more British players than any other top flight team, but Spurs are eyeing a first league title in 55 years.


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