Wenger suggested before the match that supposed poor calls made in games against Stoke City, Watford, Manchester City and West Brom represented a "concerning coincidence" and claimed that Dean "saw what he wanted to see". "What I find bad is we just saw a great game and we talk only about this and for me it would be nice if we think about football for a change", he said. "We got again a farcical decision on the penalty but we knew that as well before so we had to deal with that".
He'll serve the first of his three match ban on Sunday.
The Gunners are confident that Ozil will not sign a pre-contract with a foreign club in January, with Alexis Sanchez and Jack Wilshere in the same position as their contracts also expire in the summer. I would say that means everyone had given up on him.
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It remains to be seen whether Pochettino has lined up another target, which could have changed his mind about signing Barkley. Chelsea are about to land Ross Barkley at the cut-rate price of €17 million.
Morata has scored 10 goals in 19 Premier League appearances this season but the majority of those came in the opening three months, with the 25-year-old having only netted twice in his last eight top-flight matches.
Wenger now has until 6 p.m. on Tuesday to respond.
He said he would contest his FA charge "100 per cent", adding: "You can listen to every interview I said and I stick to everything without any problem". "He has to stay calm and continue to play this way, the goals are coming", Conte said.
Speaking shortly after the match, Arsene Wenger, whose side now seat sixth on the EPL table; five points behind fourth placed Liverpool and 23 points behind league leaders Manchester City, said that he would've gone home and probably committed suicide had his side lost to Chelsea at the Emirates. "We fight for a place in the Champions League", he said.