Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger unhappy over VAR decision


The former Liverpool manager masterminded Newcastle's 2-1 victory over the Gunners on Sunday to confirm the Magpies will be playing Premier League football again next season.

Arsenal's wretched run in the Premier League could force the north London club to cancel their planned pre-season tour in Singapore this summer.

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'People were saying with 35 we would be safe or with 38 we would be safe I kept saying 40, 41 points is virtual safety.

"The fact that you get linked, it is something positive because it makes you proud of your career trajectory".

"The young generation is used to (VAR) and worldwide, they might move away from us because they see that in other countries they do it".

Newcastle's fourth successive win ended Arsenal's unbeaten run of seven games in all competitions.

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They have already conceded more goals than they did last season and need to score 15 to equal last year's goal tally. They have a great side, they have played very well.

Arsenal face a hard semi-final tie with Atletico Madrid for the chance to reach the final in Lyon on May 16, and club legend Thierry Henry has urged his former team not to take their remaining Premier League games lightly in an attempt to be fresher for Europe.

Not long after that chance, the half-time whistle went with the scoreline level with both sides feeling they could go onto win the game in the second half.

Arsenal struggling away from home has been a common theme during this campaign, with the Gunners winning just three games away from the Emirates all season. The 18-year-old midfielder might have marked his debut with a first-half goal, but fluffed his lines with just goalkeeper Martin Dubravka to beat when he miskicked from Lacazette's inviting pass.

The Gunners took an early lead when Alexandre Lacazette slotted home a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang cross in the 14th minute.

"But they do that now and they get murdered".