Arsene Wenger thinks more “bad decisions” have cost Arsenal as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Chelsea in the Premier League on Sunday.
The Gunners took the lead through Jack Wilshere midway through the second half before the Blues hit back immediately when Eden Hazard converted a penalty after Hector Bellerin brought him down in the box.
Marcus Alonso looked to have won it six minutes from the end but there was still enough time for Bellerin to redeem himself with a goal from just inside the area.
“It was a remarkable game,” said Wenger. “Once again we got a very bad decision against us. We have to account in our preparation for that’s what we have to face. You see good football. Unfortunately you see as well bad decisions.
“I don’t want to start (talking about individual decisions) because it gets me frustrated and upset.”
On the decision to award a penalty to Hazard after he was fouled by Bellerin, Wenger added: “It’s not serious.”