'Didn't care', 'I'm happy' - Liverpool fans react to Arsenal win against Sunderland

'Didn't care', 'I'm happy' - Liverpool fans react to Arsenal win against Sunderland

'Didn't care', 'I'm happy' - Liverpool fans react to Arsenal win against Sunderland

"With him, I feel he had something still left, but once he's on the pitch and gets the ball, he always becomes a devil and forgets his pain", Wenger said in the press conference after revealing that he only chose to play the Chilean at 4pm on Tuesday (16 May).

Gabriel de Jesus, Kevin de Bruyne and Yaya Toure scored City's goals as they moved two points above Liverpool in third.

However, Arsenal must beat Everton and hope that Liverpool drop points at home to Middlesbrough if they are to sneak in to the Champions League, despite already having surpassed their tally of points for last season, when they finished second. "I just think: 'Let's make sure we win against Everton.' Even if you have only a 1% chance, you would have to play totally at 100% but I think we have a good chance".

"We have 72 points now and we have to focus to get to 75".

"I answered for 20 years the question, "the top four is nothing special".

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"We didn't play well on Saturday, we know that but I think you can see Sunderland had a go, tried to score at times but we were outclassed by a better football team. I'm quite surprised", he said. "I made the decision to start him at 4pm", Wenger said. "I felt he had something still left".

"Once he is on the pitch and gets the ball, he always becomes a devil and forgets the pain".

Wenger claimed not to have noticed the massive number of empty seats inside the stadium or to care about them.

David Moyes' Sunderland fell further back as the match progressed, clearly happy with the draw and it seemed as the Arsenal supporters groups that had boycotted the game would be vindicated.

Despite camping out in the Sunderland half, Wenger's side had few clear-cut chances after his early save from Giroud and it was his counterpart Petr Cech who had to dive low to stop Didier N'Gong scoring against the run of play. We do our job and we have done that tonight. It shows as well that if you look at his numbers, he has developed here as a player and has become a top-class player and has not wasted his time here.

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