Wenger: 'We lacked experience and made big mistakes'

Last updated : 08 April 2008 By Chris Parry
"I felt at that stage the game was over at 2-2. Then there was a dodgy penalty and we started to lose concentration.

"Over the two games this is hard to swallow. The big decisions over penalties in both matches have gone against us. It is difficult to take, the players in the dressing-room are very down because they believe week after week the decisions are going against them.

"It was not a penalty tonight, I have seen the replay, but we were denied a clear penalty last week. That was a real penalty, this one wasn't."

"And even at 2-2 we had a great chance to kill the game off. But we lacked experience and made big mistakes. We conceded a goal from a corner and gave Fernando Torres too much room when he scored.

"It will be hard now, we have to go to Manchester United next at the weekend, but we will try to finish strongly. But we still feel a great sense of injustice."