Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, has expressed his frustration after
Arsenal dominated the game against Manchester United, but lost 2-1.
Antonio Valencia saw his cross-shot deflected off Kieran Gibbs, before
Wayne Rooney made it 2-0 from a counter-attack. Olivier Giroud pulled
one back for the Gunners in injury time, but it was too late.
“It was one-way traffic and we lost the game, we have to take it on
the chin. I know we’ll be criticised for it but you have to respect
the energy levels we put in,” Wenger said.
“We paid for the slightest mistake and it’s very frustrating to come
away with nothing.
“We had the best chances and we could have finished better. At 1-0 we
should have been more cautious not to give the second goal away. There
was plenty of time to come back and that’s where we made the mistake.
“In our job when you don’t win, you’re very concerned but there are a
lot of positives in this team. If we can keep this going with the
quality and the energy levels we have, we can bounce back very
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