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Tom Rostance

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  1. Good night from me

    And with that we will close this page down.

    Follow the Wolves v Spurs game here though, won't you?


  2. 'Liverpool are a very good example'

    Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool


    Unai Emery and Jurgen Klopp

    More from Unai Emery speaking to Steve Wilson for BBC Match of the Day:

    "If you enjoy it as a spectacle then it is good! For our result this point is not enough but Liverpool is a very good test and at the moment we are continuing to work and improve and we are nearer to this performance going forward.

    "In 90 minutes there are a lot of moments to control the match. It is not a bad point but we need more. They can win the Premier League this season, they play the final of the Europa League three years ago and last season they were in the final of the Champions League - they are a very good example for us."

  3. 'Today I would have scored three'

    Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool

    Virgil van Dijk

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp to BBC Sport: "A point is a good result, Emery can say the same, but we had clear chances. When Arsenal chase the game they throw everyone on the pitch which is really cool and we were not as compact as I wanted.

    "Our workhorses in midfield, we put too much on their shoulders. And it was one time we didn't close Alex Iwobi and he plays the pass for the goal.

    "They had a few chances for sure, it's a home game for them. They are in a good moment. We got a point, we deserved a point and we could have had more. I don't feel like we dropped two points.

    "I saw Virgil van Dijk after the game and he said 'I should have had a hat-trick.' I was not a good football player but I was good at heading and today I would have scored three."

  4. 'I am only 50% happy'

    Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool


    Unai Emery

    Arsenal manager Unai Emery speaking to BT Sport:

    "We wanted to win but the performance is good, we push and we work the match, doing our tactics and with our supporters pushing us with energy. For the supporters it is a great match and a good spectacle but I am only 50% happy because we wanted to win.

    "Today the balance was good in our speed and intensity. We worked very well for the 90 minutes and the two goals is the difference in the match. This is a point and a draw, maybe we deserve a little more.

    "Every match is a good test for us, it is very important we continue our process and not to lose, our test is Thursday against Sporting Lisbon and Sunday against Wolves, to be in a good position in the table. I think today the supporters pushed a lot for us and the players feel it on the pitch to help us and that is a good combination."

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    Extra homework?

    As a man with a mower cuts around them an Arsenal goalkeeper (I presume) is going through a keeping drill in the penalty area.

    I can't tell who it is from this lofty, zoomed-out camera angle. But that's dedication.

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    David Jarvis: A very good game of football. Arsenal showed that they may possibly have a say on where the premier league trophy ends up

  7. 'He scores those with his eyes closed'

    Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool


    Virgil van Dijk

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp on BT Sport: "We scored a goal which was not offside and Virgil had two chances he would normally score with his eyes closed. I am not happy with how we defended in the first half, that is not what I want. We were outstanding on the counter attack.

    "It's a point, we take that, and a point at Arsenal is always a good result but we could have won. We had clear chances, they had chances as well."

    Sadio Mane's disallowed goal: "There is only one person who can answer the question and that's the linesman. That's football. If he thought the first situation was offside then I think he was wrong.

    "But it's not going to change and we made more mistakes than the referee. It would have been cool if this goal could count."

  8. 'Another learning curve'

    Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool


    More from James Milner as he speaks to Steve Wilson for BBC Match of the Day:

    "When you are disappointed with a point at Arsenal it is a positive thing. We created a lot of chances and could have had more goals but it is another learning curve to see the game out.

    "We want to be exciting and play good football and we will always do that with the players we have but in the big games you can't always rely on scoring two or three goals to win a game.

    "It is a good point in the end but we need to find a way to see these games out and be a bit more clinical.

  9. Another match to come...

    Wolves v Tottenham (19:45 GMT)

    The day's late, late game is about to get under way at Molineux.

    You can follow that game over here.

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    James Milner broke his nose in that collision with Joe Gomez.

  11. 'We can do better'

    Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool


    James Milner

    Liverpool captain James Milner on BT Sport: "It's disappointing, when you are 1-0 up late on you should see it out and we didn't manage to do that. At both ends of the field we can do better.

    "The pleasing thing is the chances we created. I didn't know that was my 50th Premier League goal which is nice but it would have been nicer to get three points.

    "We could have kept our shape better in the first half, we needed to be more solid, that's somehing to learn from. We were better in the second half and were a threat from set-pieces."

  12. 'The fair result was the draw'

    Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool


    Arsenal pair Alex Iwobi and Alexandre Lacazette speaking to BT Sport after the game

    Alex Iwobi: "It was a difficult game with both attacking teams and I guess the fair result was the draw

    "We are giving extra intensity and you can see the manager demands a lot not just in games but on the training pitch and it is paying off.

    "People say juice is banned but we do get it in the mornings so he is not too strict! It is not just the nutrition it is the attention to detail and tactics and you can see we are enjoying it."

    Alexandre Lacazette: "The first big game we lost but we knew if we work like we did for 12 games we can have points and we felt we had the quality to play the top of the league tonight. The first half was hard, but in the second half we were better and more physical."

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    Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool

    Lovely bit of Baker Street ringing out around the now empty Emirates as six groundsmen go to work on the pitch.

  14. 'Jurgen Klopp will be happy'

    Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool

    Jimmy Carter

    Former Liverpool and Arsenal winger on BBC Radio Merseyside

    I think Liverpool will be happy with a draw, a share of the points is probably a fair result. Jurgen Klopp will be happy with a good point for Liverpool, but once you get your noses in front it is always disappointing to concede. There were not many clear-cut chances, loads of half chances and on reflection a draw is a fair result.

  15. Heading on up

    Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool

    Manchester City play Southampton, while Chelsea play Palace, on Sunday.

    Premier League table
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    Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp remains unbeaten in all six of his Premier League games against Arsenal – only Jose Mourinho (12) and Gerry Francis (8) have waited longer for their first defeat against them in the competition.


    Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool

    Excellent game. Both sides had their moments but it ends a draw.

    Liverpool go top of the table.

    Juergen Klopp and Unai Emery
  18. 'He has worked his socks off'

    Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool

    Jimmy Carter

    Former Liverpool and Arsenal winger on BBC Radio Merseyside

    Salah has had a bit of an in and out game, it hasn't quite worked out for him in the final third but he has worked his socks off.

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    Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool

    Arsenal pressing for a winner but who's minding the shop?! One ball forwards sends Mo Salah into space, it's one-on-one and if he played a better pass Sadio Mane would have been clean through!

    He hits the defender. Big chance, and he knows it.

    Mohamed Salah
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    Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool

    Fabinho is on a booking and catches Mesut Ozil, the home fans want a red card but that was just a tangle...