Published: Mon, November 27, 2017
Sports | By Brandy Patterson

Sean Dyche: 'Late Arsenal penalty was unlikely not to be given'

Sean Dyche: 'Late Arsenal penalty was unlikely not to be given'

Clarets defender James Tarkowski was penalised for his shove on Aaron Ramsey in the 91st minute and Sanchez made no mistake from the spot to clinch the Gunners just their second league win on the road this season.

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ARSENE WENGER believes the referee was "100 per cent" correct in awarding his side a last minute penalty as Arsenal left it late to beat Burnley.

The Gunners looked headed for a draw until Aaron Ramsey was pushed down in the area in injury time and Alexis Sanchez netted the victor from the spot.

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The Burnley boss accepted it was a spot-kick but seemed keen to draw in wider, historical grievances. I can understand if they are disappointed with it but from the outside it looked a penalty."Burnley manager Sean Dyche: "It probably is a penalty but my point is we were never not going to get that given, I can assure you".

"The doctor came to see me and said he had to travel back home. Three times involving referee moments". "Managers for years have been promoting this, though, that they do".

And the Gunners will likely have to make do without Ozil's services at Emirates Stadium on Wednesday.

Speaking after the match, the Frenchman said: "It looked a clear penalty".

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Wenger will hope that record continues on Sunday when Arsenal face a Burnley side who are also known for their physical qualities all over the pitch. The German's efficiency in the final third shouldn't be understated and it's one reason why Arsenal should do everything they can to tie him down to a new contract.

"When you speak to him, he didn't throw himself on the ground". Ramsey wanted to flick the ball and was pushed in the back. "He was pushed in the back and he had a problem in his neck from the push".

Ultimately, Arsenal's intelligence from set pieces is an underrated element of their game and one many people wouldn't traditionally link to a Wenger side.

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