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[VIDEO GOALS] Wigan 2-2 Arsenal: Wigan Snatch Controversial Point At JJB

Arsenal conceded a late equaliser to draw 2-2 with Wigan in a controversial game at the JJB. Wigan took a controversial lead when N’Zogbia won a penalty after a challenge from Koscielny, however replays showed there was no contact. Ben Watson made no mistake from 12 yards. Arsenal drew level through Arshavin, who scored a sublime scissor-kick. Only minuted later and Arsenal took the lead, again Arshavin was at the heart of it setting up Bendtner who bundled through to slot home from 8 yards. N’Zogbia was then sent off for head butting Wilshere. But 10-man Wigan drew level Squillaci headed into his own net with only 10 minutes remaining.

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  1. Gooner on Hudson

    December 29, 2010 at 10:39 pm

    Aaaargh! This one is totally on wenger– why oh why did he make 8 changes and leave out song wilshere and nasri. How can Arsenal be consistent when he is so tactically clueless.

  2. Dr Boris Eze

    December 29, 2010 at 10:40 pm

    AW SURPRISES ME.When expect him to do something he wouldn’t do.What happened to the squad that flogged chelsea? AW Just love putting unnecessary pressure on the players.we WOULD HAVE BEEN ON LEVEL WITH THE E P L LEADERS. Its like we like doing the chasing.

  3. tounsi

    December 29, 2010 at 10:59 pm

    worst two center back ever ,squilaci and koscienly are the worst parteners .they just cant play together or are a bad luck .we conceded many goals because of these two worst deffender at arsenal history,.i blame wenger for this.why djourou not playing instead of the weak squilaci.djourou had a great game when he brought to replace coscienly against fulham .than left out against man u and the result was a defeat bcuz a big mistake from squilaci who allowed the small korean to hit the ball in the 6 yard.coscielny got 2 red cards so far,committed 2 or 3 penalties.we have djourou is the most solid deffender we have now ,why he is on the bench?bcuz he is not french i guess.why eboue playing at the left back?why not wilsher starting>? we have a young team and we dont need to rotate them they are physicly ready .i never seen any coach who change 8 players from a great performance at a previous game,wenger should take all the blames.fabianski is not the ideal GK,he is so weak at the crosses,he is so short ,he is so shacky at every free kick,.if wenger dont stop from his stubborness and play the right player we will be trophyless again,fabianski should leave the team.squilaci is a wrong recruit ,conscienly is not ready yet ,i wish i can see varmealan soon partner with djourou.i love arsenal more than wenger him self and im so fuming now.we gave a way many points either bcuz the goal keeper or the shacky deffence

  4. Fab4

    December 29, 2010 at 11:08 pm

    Yes the team selection was surprising and in particular i don’t understand the decision to drop Walcott and Djourou after their performances against the Chavs.

    But the team that was put out did enough to win the game. Wigan were gifted the lead cos of a blatant dive, we got ourselves in front, should have had a pen of our own, scored an own goal and Wigan did very little themselves to warrant a draw.

    We can hammer Wenger for making too many changes but at the end of the day we didn’t get the rub of the green, it was just one of those nights. Arshavin finishes his chance at 2-1 we win the game. The ref gives the handball we get a pen. Just didn’t happen for us.

    I hope to god Djourou wasn’t fit enough to start because any man and his dog can see the Squillaci-Koscielny partnership doesn’t work!!!!

  5. sanchit

    December 30, 2010 at 3:19 am

    We can all thrash LeBoss for not fielding the Chelsea side, but , this match was only 2 days after quite a strenuous game, and because Wigan is supposed to be an easy fixture, it was understandable why the Wenger made 8 changes. We played well, and I don’t think Wenger is at fault here.

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