Published: Tue, November 07, 2017
Sports | By Grace Becker

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger rages against 'unacceptable' officiating after Manchester City defeat

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger rages against 'unacceptable' officiating after Manchester City defeat

Former Premier League official Dermot Gallagher says that Raheem Sterling deserved to win a penalty for Manchester City in their 3-1 win over Arsenal.

Sterling hit the deck under a barge from Nacho Monreal shortly after half-time of the game at the Etihad and referee Michael Oliver didn't hesitate to point to the spot, offering Sergio Aguero a gilt-edged opportunity to put breathing space between the sides. The England worldwide was awarded the spot-kick - which was converted by Sergio Aguero - after being bundled over by Nacho Monreal.

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When the match ended, Arsene Wenger was furious how errors from the referee cost Arsenal the match while his City counterpart Pep Guardiola remained coy on the subject.

"But we are used to it when coming here, previous year they had two offside goals, and once again, I feel they don't work enough because the level drops every season at the moment".

That gave City a 2-0 lead, and Gabriel Jesus' seventh of the season wrapped up the points - although Wenger was left even more frustrated by the Brazilian's strike due to an apparent offside in the build-up.

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When the issue of what happened to Lacazette against Man City was brought up on Match of the Day, nobody understood Wenger's decision. At 2-1 we are in the game and he (referee) gives a clear offside goal and of course that kills the game for us.

I can't comment on the penalty because of my angle, but the third goal, I was surprised.

"I believe it was no penalty", he told the BBC. At 2-1 we are in the game. It's the second year we come here, we got two offside goals last year and one again this year. It is one thing to deflect from his team's inadequacies and deficiencies, it is another one to question someone's integrity and be wrong.

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"I think he's got every right to knock on the manager's door tomorrow morning and say 'Hey, do you not fancy me or something?'" "I don't think that was a problem in our game", the Gunners boss added. "When City winning this way it is unacceptable", argued Wenger.

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