Liverpool – Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admitted regretting the second goal scored Liverpool’s Martin Skrtel in injury time. However, Wenger called draw a fair result.
Playing at Anfield Stadium, Sunday (12/21/2014) night, Arsenal had to settle for a 2-2 draw. Two goals for the Gunners printed Mathieu Debuchy and Olivier Giroud. Two goals the Reds packed Philippe Coutinho and Skrtel.
Gunner actually is on the verge of victory when they were leading 2-1 until the 97th minute. However, Skrtel‘s header utilizing a corner kick Adam Lallana make the game ended in a 2-2 draw.
In fact, Liverpool have to play with 10 players in the 92nd minute after Fabio Borini a second yellow card for lifting the foot too high so that the body of Santi Cazorla.
“Maybe this is a fair result, but we were disappointed to concede with a header that is done without the escort of a corner. It’s an intense game. We played a little slow in the first half, and Liverpool play well. We often lose the ball. We feel frustrated,” said Wenger, told the BBC.
“In injury time a long time, you have to face several corner kicks and free kicks. For their goal, we have a lot of players in the penalty box. Very disappointing players did not jump. You want all the players to focus when facing a corner,” old coach 65 years of the closing.
The draw was made Arsenal moved up one rank to sixth place with 27 points.