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Arsene Wenger: We had the chances to score three or four


Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says his side could have scored more goals in their 2-1 win against Queens Park Rangers.

The Gunners continued their impressive run in the Premier League with a solid away performance at Loftus Road and the Frenchman says it was an overall positive performance from his players.

"We scored two but we could have scored more," Wenger told the BBC.

"We needed to be strong and get the ball down more, to get back to our game, and we did that better in the second half, I felt it was all us.

"We played very well in the second half, and our collective game as a group was good, the chances we created were good and we played with a lot of desire and belief, overall it was a very positive game.

"We had the chances to score three or four. QPR gave everything and we needed to be patient and resilient because in the first 25 minutes they stopped us from playing.

"But in the second half it was all us.

"At 2-1 you become edgy, we could not score the third goal and you never know, with Charlie Austin up front who can score a goal from anywhere.

"He must have one of the strongest strikes in the league. But overall we controlled the game well."

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