Unai Emeri and his players from Arsenal spoke with Danny Welbeck on FaceTime before the game against Volves, revealed Bernd Leno.
The goalkeeper said that the team came into contact with the striker who broke his wrist last week during their team meeting, and Velbeck "seemed very happy".
Velbeck had surgery on Friday after a pause against Sporting Lisbon last night. Arsenal was motivated to defeat Volves by Velbeck's situation, Leno said, although they finished drawing 1-1.
"We had a FaceTime session with him," Leno said. "It was very good, we wanted to win him. We are all sorry for him and we hope he will recover well and see him in the field, because he is an important player for the team, and also in the wardrobe. I think this meeting was very motivated for us and for every player to play for Danny, because everyone loves him. "
Velbetsky's mood is described as innocent. "He looked very happy and I think he was happy to talk to us because he is still a big part of our team and we will support him when he is injured," Leno said.
Arsenal's match against Vulkav was followed by a familiar pattern. They did not lead in the Premier League at half time and fell 13 minutes before late equalizing Henrik Mkhitaran.
"Maybe we're a little nervous at the start of the game, but I do not know. It's hard to say," Leno said.