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Premier League decision against VAR could be costly - Arsene Wenger

17 April 2018

"The Premier League has been created with people who had a progressive mind...", Wenger told reporters after Arsenal's 2-1 league defeat by Newcastle United on Sunday.

He declared after Sunday's victory over Arsenal that guaranteed Premier League survival that "everything has to be right" for him to agree to stay on St James' Park, but there is no doubt his attitude is softening.

"We are in a very hard moment because everybody else has a big advantage". Arsene Wenger blames all of our away defeats on avoidable defensive errors, and even Petr Cech admitted this week that we have made mistakes in almost all our away games.

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The Gunners will face Atletico Madrid in the Europa League semi-finals, and are surely aware that their only hope of gatecrashing the top-four party comes through winning the Champions League's sister competition.

Alexandre Lacazette's 14th-minute strike got the visitors off to the ideal start and although Ayoze Perez equalised 15 minutes later, Callum Chambers and Premier League debutant Joe Willock both passed up good opportunities as their side dominated the first half.

Ayoze Perez and Matt Ritchie scored for Newcastle to cancel out Alexandre Lacazette's opener.

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On his side's terrible away form, Wenger added: 'Of course it's a concern because traditionally we have a very strong record away from home. But somehow it has completely reversed this season and we don't seem to find the answer for it. You play in Moscow, you come home, you play again away from home. Of course you try to address that, but clearly the same things are happening.

In terms of the game itself, it began at a slow pace as both teams wanted to see how each other were going to approach the game and that caused the Magpies a problem as the Gunners took the lead with their first real attack of the game. Unfortunately, it has affected our results'.

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Premier League decision against VAR could be costly - Arsene Wenger