We showed that we can create chances and on another day we my have nicked that. Chelsea are third with 10 points.
Speaking afterwards Wenger said: "It was a game of quality and intensity all over the pitch and we battled well".
The Brazilian defender was shown a straight red card for a wild tackle on Sead Kolasinac in the tense final minutes of the 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge. But we were focused and determined.
"In the end, we'll try to pay more attention in the future. Sometimes the opponents deserve a red card but, instead, they carry on playing with 11 men".
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However, it proved to be an excellent technical decision with the hard-working Danny Welbeck and Alex Iwobi linking up well with each other and Aaron Ramsey running things in the midfield engine room.
Cesc Fabregas found Pedro with a looping cross as the Spaniard found himself one-on-one with Cech but he could not convert.
The Gunners had the better of the opening half and should have gone into the break ahead when Aaron Ramsey hit the post and Alexandre Lacazette somehow fired over from the close-range rebound.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes that referee Michael Oliver was right to send David Luiz off during his side's 0-0 draw with Chelsea. "But sometimes, it is very unusual to finish for the third time in a row with 10 men against Arsenal". "I was a player and it can happen, this type of period and you are not so lucky to receive these red cards".