Wenger refuses to blame Koscielny for Griezmann goal in Atletico draw

The Frenchman did not have any desire to single out any people after his side’s 1-1 stalemate in the primary leg of their Europa League semi-last

Arsene Wenger declined to accuse people after a cautious bad dream enabled Atletico Madrid to guarantee a 1-1 attract against Arsenal the principal leg of their Europa League semi-last.

Munititions stockpile drove through Alexandre Lacazette’s header at Emirates Stadium on Thursday, the guests having been decreased to 10 men in the tenth moment by Sime Vrsaljko’s second yellow card.

Mentor Diego Simeone was likewise sent to the stands yet Atletico – whose goalkeeper Jan Oblak was in splendid frame – asserted an extremely valuable away objective through Antoine Griezmann’s late strike.

Danny Welbeck was hustled out of ownership, Laurent Koscielny fell under strain from Griezmann and Shkodran Mustafi intensified the blunder by slipping as he attempted to stop the France forward changing over after David Ospina obstructed the underlying shot.

“It’s not tied in with faulting people,” Wenger told a post-coordinate news meeting. “The entire group is disillusioned and down. We have to assemble the want and certainty to go there and qualify.

“When they were down to 10 men it crushed the stream of the diversion. It was not further bolstering our good fortune. The main favorable position of that outcome is we know precisely what we need to do.

“I feel we delivered the execution we needed to create however the outcome isn’t in accordance with the execution. When we were 1-0 up, the errand was obvious to us not be gotten on the long ball.

“The main shot they could have was the long ball. We were somewhat unfortunate with the objective since it was a foul on Welbeck, however we can just take a gander at ourselves this evening.”

Wenger’s last home European match responsible for Arsenal was played out before a full Emirates Stadium, satisfying the Frenchman regardless of the outcome.

“Our fans were awesome, that is the thing that you need,” Wenger included. “We made the let-down by giving the objective away.”

Santi Cazorla warmed up on the pitch preceding commencement, the Spanish midfielder endeavoring to return from year and a half out with horrendous Achilles damage that nearly observed him lose his foot after a disease.

“He feels well, however he needs full arrangement in pre-season now to attempt and return,” Wenger said.

“Will he remain at Arsenal? I don’t have the foggiest idea.”