Published: Tue, April 17, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Premier League decision against VAR could be costly - Arsene Wenger

Premier League decision against VAR could be costly - Arsene Wenger

Sixth-placed Arsenal are on 54 points - 13 points behind fourthplaced Tottenham, with five games left.

Sunday's result came after Arsenal nearly threw away a 4-1 lead over CSKA as they went 2-0 down in the second leg of their quarter-final.

As an example, he cited the incorrect decision to disallow a Leroy Sane goal for offside at a crucial stage in the second leg of Manchester City's Champions League defeat by Liverpool last Tuesday, a tie in which VAR was not used.

"In the Europa League, we have a semi-final to play, so we need to make sure we are ready".

Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez feels they have done enough to cement their place in the Premier League for another season after beating Arsenal.

Uefa has confirmed that a Europa League space for English teams will go to the club that finishes seventh in the Premier League, provided that Southampton do not unexpectedly win the FA Cup.

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Newcastle: Martin Dubravka 7, DeAndre Yedlin 6, Jamaal Lascelles 7, Florian Lejeune 6, Paul Dummett 6, Jonjo Shelvey 7, Mohamed Diame 7, Matt Ritchie 7, Kenedy 7, Ayoze Perez 7, Dwight Gayle 7.

Wenger's side took an early lead through Alexandre Lacazette, but Ayoze Perez equalised before Matt Ritchie bagged the second half victor at St James' Park on Sunday.

The architect of Wenger's downfall on this occasion was Rafa Benitez, a manager that was tasked with keeping Newcastle in the Premier League on a shoestring budget and a slightly-above-Championship-level squad.

'Within the second half, I really feel that some gamers paid a bit of bit bodily having performed the sport on Thursday night time in Moscow.

Asked by Spanish radio if he saw himself at Newcastle for many more seasons, Benitez said: 'Yes, in principal we are relaxed. They went on to lose 2-1 and were eliminated 5-1 on aggregate.

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