Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is disappointed with the missed opportunity in the Europa league against Czech Republic side.
Arsenal conceded a last minute’s goal to Slavia Prague after the Gunners lost a lot of chance that should have given them advantage.
“Very disappointing because I think we made it much more with the big chances that we created,” Arteta told Arsenal.com.
“We should have scored more goals, for sure, and once we had the result, we conceded a corner after not managing well the situation and conceding from there, which is a big blow.
“In Europe you’re not going to have 10 chances against a top opponent. When you have those big chances, you have to put them in the net.
“You want to give yourself the best chance to go through in the competition. Today we haven’t done that and on top of that, we conceded a late goal from a set-piece, which is disappointing, and it points the tie in a completely different position from what happened today on the pitch.”