Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Arsene Wenger: It's Not Fair Results

The professor was frustrated because the Gunners have been working hard but not getting the results accordingly.
Arsene Wenger was very disappointed addressing Arsenal defeat at the hands of Manchester City in the quarter-finals of the English League Cup on Tuesday (29/11) night.

The Gunners manager Frenchman looked after conceding a goal exclusion mere puppet Sergio "Kun" Aguero at the Emirates did not deserve his army suffered.

Argentina striker nicks itself originated from the quick counter-attack launched by the City after Arsenal failed to maximize a corner kick situation.

"This outcome is not fair, but I felt we were a bit naive because it is a corner for us, but rather a goal for them," Wenger told reporters.

"I knew we were in trouble for not taking enough time to take the corner kick."

"[Johan] Djourou was about to come forward to welcoming corner, but instead he must stay behind. We're not leaving enough time for him to come back and that's disastrous for us."

"But I also feel that we did not take corner kicks as well."

"That makes it really frustrating was that we conceded a goal in as we seek a victory. In this game overalls also make us frustrated because we've tried very hard but not getting the kind," said the Professor.


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