By Lloyd Webb
Pedro Martinez Losa says Arsenal "wanted to put things right" in their 2-1 Women’s Super League victory against Reading on Wednesday evening.
Jordan Nobbs and Dominuque Janssen scored either side of half-time to ensure the Gunners returned to winning ways after two consecutive defeats WSL defeats.
"We know how hard every game in the Women’s Super League is, especially games away from home. We had a good crowd and played some good football"
Emma Follis pulled one back with 12 minutes to go, but Losa believes his side merited victory.
“We wanted to put things right after the Chelsea game,” he told Arsenal.com. “The victory was a consequence of what we did on the pitch, and I think we did a lot of good things against Reading. The final result was a little short, but we also have to give credit to the opponent too and I’m very pleased with my side’s performance.
“We probably deserved more goals but we played a very competitive opponent who were fighting from the first minute to the last minute. Near the end, they got a reward late on which brought them back into the game.
“We know how hard every game in the Women’s Super League is, especially games away from home. We had a good crowd and played some good football. We did very well in some moments. I think we were very good with Vicky Losada also.
“She played her best game of the season. She showed a lot of character and played a couple of good passes to Natalia who could have scored goal had she not been offside, although I had the impression that she was onside. The midfield of Janssen, Losada and Nobbs worked very well.”