Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny produced a response to a weakness in his game, which may not please fans.
The Frenchman has been chatting to the media, as have plenty of other players during the international break, and addressed a question at Clairefontaine over the number of penalties he concedes.
His response? To joke about the matter and suggest it could be catalogued as a world record.
Koscielny responding with humour to barrage of questions on tendency to concede penalties: 'I don't know if Guinness have a record for that'— Matt Spiro (@mattspiro) October 7, 2014
In the Frenchman’s defence, he’s only made one error which has led to a spot kick this season, which is the only instance of a penalty being conceded in the Premier League by an Arsenal player.
However, he also conceded three penalties last season, which was more than any other teammate.
It can be viewed one of two ways.
Firstly, he’s got a genuine problem when it comes to the timing of challenges and his ability to read the game.
Secondly, and the more likely, he’s just a very aggressive player who is willing to take risks and his response should be judged as a tongue in cheek as he doesn’t feel it’s a major concern.
To conclude, if he does have a technical flaw, which leads to him conceding more penalties than any other player, Arsene Wenger is the man to sort it out.