Wigan v Arsenal extended highlights – Squillaci own goal upsets Wenger

Arsenal had another chance to join Man City and Man Utd at the top of the Premiership table last night, but somehow managed to concede a goal in the dying minutes against a Wigan side that was reduced to ten men shortly before the equalizer.

The Arsenal blogs are slating Arsene Wenger this morning for making eight changes from the side that beat Chelsea, and Wenger himself complained about the lack of leadership at the set-piece, when Sebastien Squillaci headed the ball into his own net.

Wenger said: “Overall we had a good game tonight. The frustrating thing is we were 2-1 up and conceded a set-piece.

“At that moment we were 11 against 10 and that is very difficult to accept, but overall it was a very hard game.”

“It is a concern because nobody looks from the outside to take charge on the organisation side,” he added.

“There is no voice when the focus drops a little bit. You don’t feel that anybody takes charge on alertness and we need to communicate much better than that.

“The way we conceded this corner is of course very disappointing but you have to give credit to Wigan.”

Look out for a great goal from Arshavin!

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