Mikel Arteta questioned referee Craig Pawson’s resolution to ship off David Luiz after Arsenal have been diminished to 9 males of their 2-1 defeat at Wolves.
Joao Moutinho’s gorgeous aim clinched a battling victory for Wanderers because the Gunners self-destructed at Molineux.
The midfielder’s good 30-yard drive sealed victory for the hosts, who cashed in on two pink playing cards from the Gunners.
The guests had complete management after Nicolas Pepe’s opener, with Bukayo Saka taking pictures towards a submit and likewise seeing a aim dominated out by VAR.
However the sport turned in first-half stoppage time when Ruben Neves equalised from the spot after David Luiz was despatched off for tripping Willian Jose.
And Arteta couldn’t disguise his anger with the choice to ship off Luiz within the first half.
“I’m extraordinarily happy with how the crew performed as a result of I believe they have been extraordinary,” stated the Gunners boss after the sport.
“Within the first half, we should always have been three or four-nil up and we find yourself 1-1 with a person down.
“We speak in regards to the resolution; I’ve been taking a look at it in numerous angles and ten completely different instances and I can’t inform you with which half David touches the opponent.”
“I can’t see any contact and it implies that the VAR has completely different angles and that they’ve seen one thing, however I’m standing right here now and I’ll actually wish to see the place the contact is.”
Requested if we Arsenal ought to have gained the sport within the first-half, Arteta added: “That’s clear.
“When you have got the chance that we had we needed to however we didn’t after which we put ourselves in hassle with the primary pink card.
“After the second the sport was unattainable to win.”