Unai Emery said he was disappointed after Arsenal’s 1-1 draw at Brighton in the Premier League today.
Arsenal are fifth in the table, six points ahead of Manchester United after today’s point against The Seagulls.
Emery felt his team probably should have taken all three points from the game.
“I’m a little disappointed. I think the first half was key in the match. We started winning and had another two chances, and they saved from Aubameyang.’’ Emery told the BBC.
“We didn’t concede (many) chances for them but they drew level. Second half we could not impose our game plan. We did not make more clear chances to win the match.
“It’s our process, we are leaving one process with the team. We can continue in our way with this point. It would be better if we won but I think the team worked well.
“If we scored our chances in the first half we could have won. In the second half, we couldn’t impose our game.”
Arsenal’s next game is a trip to Anfield on Saturday evening as they face Liverpool. The Gunners then welcome Fulham to the Emirates Stadium on New Year’s Day.