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Arsene Wenger: It was one-way traffic and we lost the game


Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says there is enough quality in his side to bounce back from Saturday's disappointing draw against Manchester United.

The Gunners enjoyed plenty of possession and created a number of important goal opportunities against the Red Devils but ended the game on the losing side as they now trail leaders Chelsea by 15 points.

"It was one-way traffic and we lost the game, we have to take it on the chin," Wenger said.

"I know we'll be criticised for it but you have to respect the energy levels we put in.

"We paid for the slightest mistake and it's very frustrating to come away with nothing.

"We had the best chances and we could have finished better. At 1-0 we should have been more cautious not to give the second goal away. There was plenty of time to come back and that's where we made the mistake.

"In our job when you don't win, you're very concerned but there are a lot of positives in this team.

"If we can keep this going with the quality and the energy levels we have, we can bounce back very quickly."

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