It was a measure of how much Arsenal have changed in just a few months under Unai Emery that the head coach's reaction to a sliding tackle was nearly as wild as when Alexandre Lacazette scored their late equaliser in the 1-1 draw with Liverpool.
"You've got to be thrown in at some point and it was a real game against a big team that's unbeaten in the last 13 games", Spackman said on LFC TV.
"But you can see we are moving forward as a team and we are defending well together". "We know the opposition well, where they are good and where they are not".
"So I'm really enthused being a Liverpool fan and being an ex-Liverpool player".
"A lot of small things have changed. If you see this game, you can see we are ready for the top four".
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The Senegal attacker incorrectly had a goal ruled out for offside in the first half and while there is no point in going over what could have been, given that the game ended in a 1-1 draw, that was a crucial moment in the game.
Xhaka has had to deputise in left-back in recent matches as Arsenal suffer some bad luck in terms of injuries but he was back in midfield alongside Lucas Torreira in a good performance against Liverpool.
"I think Millie should buy all of the newspapers and read this", he said.
"It's pleasing we are creating those chances, but we could have been a bit more ruthless and maybe not put as much pressure on ourselves not to concede to win the game". Having arrived from Sampdoria this season, the Uruguayan midfielder has adjusted quickly and is a partner to the 26-year-old.
Meanwhile, Arsenal legend Lee Dixon felt that the Gunners were the better team against Jurgen Klopp's side on Saturday.