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"'Spineless" seems to be one of the words of the week in the Premier League and under Arsene Wenger, the minute Arsenal went behind the fans would think "here we go again'".

As Torreira and Granit Xhaka went about their defensive midfield duties with robust composure, the former should have scored as he slalomed through the Liverpool lines, only to see Alisson parry his shot for a corner.

James Milner believes Liverpool must treat their draw at Arsenal as a "learning curve" after the Reds conceded a late equaliser at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday night. While his 14 goal tally wasn't bad, it wasn't good either, and for most fans the defining image of the forward was him walking around looking forlorn, his hands on his head, rueing yet another missed chance.

With Arsenal starting with a strong offensive line, Aubameyang, Ozil, Mkhitaryan and Lacazette, Jurgen Klopp later joked that he nearly expected Robin van Persie and Dennis Bergkamp to be involved.

"I think he should buy all of the newspapers and read this".

"So if this time I was onside and it didn't count then you just to deal with it and accept it. Officials are human beings and sometimes we all make mistakes".

Klopp said: "It was intense, very intense".

'It's good that we could change it at half-time.

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"There's a really good team chemistry here and a winning mentality".

Leno said: "First of all, it gives me confidence to play in big games like this".

"But I think it pushes us because nobody is safe to play".

The former Leeds United talent appeared to have scored a 61st-minute victor when he seized upon a loose ball in the Arsenal penalty area and steered a finish past Bernd Leno.

"We have to take the positives".

'We've done it outstandingly well in the past but we didn't do that in the first half. Now let's carry on.

Arsenal will next turn their attention to the Europa League where they will face Sporting Lisbon on Thursday before playing Wolves at home in the Premier League next weekend.


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