Date revealed: Saturday 17th October 2020 9:05
Arsenal supervisor Mikel Arteta bemoaned the choice to not award his aspect a penalty for a excessive boot problem from Kyle Walker.
The Gunners confirmed metal and spirit all through, however failed to seek out the leading edge as they fell to a 1-Zero defeat versus Man Metropolis.
Raheem Sterling notched the sport’s solely purpose within the first-half, however Arsenal did stay within the contest till the ultimate whistle.
Talking to Sky Sports activities following the match, Arteta mentioned: “I’m upset, as a result of I feel we deserved extra from the sport.
“I’m extraordinarily completely satisfied concerning the efficiency we put in in the present day, in opposition to a high, high workforce.
“To come back right here and play with the perspective, and to have the braveness to play the best way we performed in the present day, to make it as troublesome as we made it, I’ve to say I can’t demand far more from the gamers.
“Other than to say that when you will have three massive possibilities, on this sport it’s important to rating.”
When requested which was the very best alternative, Arteta pointed to the non-awarding of the penalty following Kyle Walker’s excessive boot problem whereas trying to clear a nook.
“I feel the three of them had been actually good, and clearly the scenario we have now with the nook and Kyle Walker.
“That must be checked [by VAR]. They mentioned that they checked, and I requested ‘How the hell have you ever checked should you took two seconds to verify that motion?!’
“Clearly there’s something there.”