Arms stockpile goalkeeper, Bernd Leno has clarified why his side played 1-1 attract with Wolves the Premier League on Sunday.
Ivan Cavaleiro’s first half objective put the guests in front before midfielder, Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s late strike in the second half guaranteed Unai Emery’s side got a point at the Emirates Stadium.
Leno said the Gunners drew with Wolves since Arsenal’s players did not play well amid the primary portion of the experience.
“It was a hard diversion for us, in the primary half we didn’t play our best and in the second half we had numerous odds and Wolverhampton had a few possibilities also,” Leno told the BBC.
“They were profound and had quick players for the counter attack so it was exceptionally troublesome for us.
“It was a troublesome begin since we yielded so it was simpler for Wolverhampton to protect and they played on the counter so it was more troublesome.”
Leno included: “I believe that is only a measurement, we needed to win, we just drew and it is a mistake. It’s most critical for us to win the following diversion.
“I think there was a harmed player, he was on the floor for a few minutes so perhaps we could have a couple of additional minutes however that was not the issue today.”