Mikel Arteta admitted Arsenal let their quarter final tie slip from their grasp after suffering a last-gasp hammer blow. Arteta is now left with a mountain to climb in next week’s second leg after Slavia Prague defender Tomas Holes grabbed an all-important 94th minute away goal to cancel out Nicolas Pepe’s late opener.
Gunners boss Arteta blamed missed chances and poor game management as Arsenal are left with their whole season hanging by a thread.
Arteta, who left captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang out of his starting line-up, said: “The final result leaves a difficult taste.
It is difficult to take, because the game is under control. We got the goal that we wanted. “We missed some big, big chances as well, I must say, but then we playedRead more on mirror.co.uk