Wenger unhappy with Arsenal commitment levels

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger was unable to offer excuses for the poor performance his side showed in their defeat to struggling Queens Park Rangers on Saturday, The Telegraph reports.

The club’s seven game winning run came to a poor end at Loftus Road and Arsenal were thoroughly outplayed by Mark Hughes’ side. Arsenal were a shadow of the side that had gone unbeaten since mid-February and Wenger was unhappy with his side’s commitment, who may be back level with Tottenham if Spurs beat Swansea at White Hart Lane today. Wenger has congratulated QPR on their attitude, but wants much more from his players.

Wenger said: “Our performance was not good enough to win this kind of game. QPR had a little bit of extra special commitment. Overall, we can only congratulate QPR for their attitude and be unhappy with our own performance. What we produced on the day was not good enough. We played against a team who play for survival. We prepared properly, but we missed something and you could see that.”

The Gunners boss has called for an immediate response from his side in their next game, which comes at the Emirates Stadium against Manchester City next Sunday. Wenger was unhappy with a number of things that happened in the game, including the Loftus Road surface, but the Frenchman blamed the lack of creativity as the real reason why his side did not pick up a positive result in West London.

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