Wenger: Watford Not Worth a Penalty Prize
After Arsenal lost 2-1 against Watford in his press conference, Arsene Wenger judge the referee’s decision to give a penalty is very silly and unreasonable.
Where the match that took place at Vicarage Road, the Gunners winning first through a header Per Mertesacker in the first round. However referee Neil Swarbrick who led the way of action to make a controversial decision where pointed white point lost to Hector Bellerin is considered drop Richarlison in the forbidden box. While the host make sure the victory over Tom Cleverley scored in the final minutes.
But for Arsene the prize given by the coach to the host was really not right. The reason Hector did not commit violations. Even 67-year-old man was a bit frightened foster children panic when Troy Deneey breaking the goalkeeper Petr Cech.
“The penalty decision was a bit laughable and then we panicked a bit for their second goal and in the end we had to be defeated,” Arsene Wenger told the media.
“This is an embarrassing decision, but what can we do about it? I think it’s not a penalty, it’s just a referee’s creation. What is clear is not a penalty is not a goal.
“I think we also dropped dramatically in the second half and we missed many chances to turn the game off. After 1-1, there should be no need to panic. I believe that there will be a second goal. “