EPL: Wenger speaks on Arsenal’s loss to Tottenham


Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger has reacted to his side’s 1-0 loss to Tottenham on Saturday.

Wenger said the Gunners should have taken at least a point out of the Premier League game.

The Frenchman expressed disappointment that Arsenal could not make the most of the chances they created at Wembley.

Arsenal’s best chance came in the second-half when substitute Alexandre Lacazette missed a one-on-one with Tottenham goalkeeper.

Wenger said, “Well I felt in the first half we missed three or four on the counter attack and at that level it’s very difficult to swallow.

“Of course in the first half we had plenty of opportunities where you expect a better final ball for us.

“Once they scored we were wobbling and Spurs could’ve scored more but in last 10 mins we should’ve come back to 1-1.

“The first goal had a big part to play and unfortunately they scored with a header.”

Arsenal will face Manchester City in their next Premier League game on March 1.


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