Wenger angry at missed opportunities in Swansea defeat

Arsene Wenger has spoken of his frustrations at another loss for his Arsenal side and has stated that the Gunners missed some unbelievable chances, arsenal.com reports.

Wenger’s side were beaten 3-2 off Swansea at the Liberty Stadium on Sunday and Arsenal were devastated with another loss that derails their push for the top four. Arsenal drew level at 2-2, but then conceded a goal 16 seconds after their equaliser to lose the game. Wenger was annoyed with the nerves and the defensive frailties in his side, as well as the lack of composure and ambition from some of his players.

Arsenal are now four points behind fourth placed Chelsea and could be 15 points behind league leaders Manchester City if they win at Wigan tonight. Wenger was disappointed with the awarding of Swansea’s first goal after Aaron Ramsey fouled Nathan Dyer, but the Arsenal boss believes his side should have had enough quality to beat the South Wales side.

‘The game was difficult because Swansea played well. It was also decided by some strange decisions from the referee, who gave a penalty that was complete imagination. When we got back to 2-2, I thought we could win the game, because I thought we could be dangerous. The keeper kept them in the game after too and made some great saves. I think we also missed some unbelievable chances that are very difficult to understand and explain’, Wenger said.

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