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Wenger rues VAR vote after Newcastle loss

Wenger rues VAR vote after Newcastle loss

The defeat means Arsenal remain the only Premier League side to not pick up a single point away from home in 2018, losing each of their last five games on the road in the competition.

However, Benitez's men showed grit and determination to come back from a goal down, equalising in the first half after Perez got on the end of a delightful Yedlin cross, before Ritchie compounded misery on the travelling Arsenal fans with a scintillating second-half strike.

Newcastle's win took them to 41 points and all but guarantees their survival, leaving boss Rafael Benitez delighted with his players' efforts.

"It's been the story of our season, 70% possession, 1-0, lots of chances and then you wonder how you lose the game", Wenger said.

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After a lively affair on Tyneside, Newcastle United stun Arsenal with an emphatic 2-1 victory.

The north Londoners have conceded 45 goals in their 33 league games, which is one more than they managed in the whole of last season.

"We played with good spirit but a bad result is the outcome".

"But I felt overall today the fact we played on Thursday night, in the second half we couldn't raise the tempo and keep it up in the first half".

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The youngster has been selected to start against Newcastle United at St James' Park, his first appearance for the Gunners in England's top flight. They face Atletico Madrid in the semi-finals.

The goal was created by a fantastic long ball from Shkodran Mustafi, which found Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who in turn played a great cross into the path of Lacazette, who volleyed home from close range with his right foot to give the visitors the lead.

Full-back Calum Chambers passed up an opportunity to restore the Gunners' lead six minutes before the break when unlike Lacazette, he could not stretch far enough to direct Mustafi's headed cross on goal.

"By not making the same errors we have up to now, it's quite baffling because traditionally we have been very strong away from home".

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"What you want is to help the referee, unfortunately the Premier League has decided not to go for VAR". It has a subconscious weight in our minds.


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