Wenger: 'I have no doubts about the younger players'

Last updated : 02 May 2009 By Chris Parry

"I wanted to give a breather to some of the players. We dominated the first half and created plenty of chances through our movement and technical quality. We were sharp, composed and mobile with a great attitude.

"They changed their game plan at the start of the second half and we struggled a bit. They had the turning point with a potential 2-1, but after we scored the third goal, the game was over."

"I have no doubts about the younger players because I see them every day and what we work on, you could see that on the pitch today. Some of those who played could play again on Tuesday."

"If I have one merit, I always believed in Bendtner. He is developing very well and showed that again today."

"Some people said Andrey said it was not a penalty, but I do not know," he said. From outside, it looked a penalty, but before there was 100% a penalty on Vela."

"I like rotational leadership and Andrey was the most experienced player in a young side. Since he has arrived here, he has a fantastic attitude with everybody and I wanted to reward that."