Arsenal defender Kieran Tierney has told goal.com that his side were extremely disappointed in the dressing room after their draw with Leicester City.
Arsenal drew 1-1 with Leicester on Tuesday, with Jamie Vardy scoring a late leveller for the Foxes.
The point may have been a credible one, against a Leicester side who have performed impressively this term.
But Arsenal defender Tierney insists that the squad wanted all three points, and the mood in the dressing room was not good after full-time.
“There were positives to take but the dressing room was a bit down with the draw,” Tierney said.
“Of course, a red card is always a game-changer, especially against a team like Leicester who keep the ball.
“We did enough to win the game, getting the second goal would have been crucial. In the changing room we are all down and disappointed and we felt we played well.”
Arsenal had taken the lead against Leicester in the first-half, when Pierre Emerick Aubameyang latched on to an excellent cross from Bukayo Saka.
However, Vardy eventually struck back from close range, as Leicester struck back.
The draw was hugely important for Brendan Rodgers’ side, who may just have ended Arsenal’s hopes of claiming a top four spot.
At the moment Arteta’s side are nine points away from the usual Champions League qualification spots, with just four games remaining.