Wenger: 'It could have been four, five or six'

06 March 2010 11:32
Arsene's post-Burnley comments "Theo Walcott gave you the great response you waited for. He does what a player has to do - not talk in the newspapers and let your performance talk on the pitch. "He didn't answer any critics other than with a good performance today and that's what you want from a player. That shows he is mentally strong. I was quite sure he would respond with a good performance but you never know, it affects you when you get criticised. The way he answered that at his age is remarkable.""Fabregas has a hamstring problem and how big the damage is we don't know yet because it's too early. We have to make a late decision over whether he plays on Tuesday, certainly. It is the same hamstring he hurt earlier in the season.""It could have been four, five or six but as well they had a chance to make it 2-2 after a corner. In the end you are happy when you miss the chances we missed today, but you get the three points.""I believe on the surface he looks like 'okay, I missed the chances', but underneath he is really disappointed. In his finishing, Bendtner missed chance after chance, but if you are a striker, it is like that. You think 'I missed the first one, but I will score the next one'."Once you have missed the second one, you are in trouble because after you do not know how to take the third one - do I really go for it, or wait for the ball? That is what happened to him today."