That formed the bedrock for a much sturdier defensive display, which was only punctured by Alexandre Lacazette's superb late strike to deny the Reds all three points. It was the fifth goal of the season for the Frenchman who kept Arsenal's unbeaten run intact, now extended to 14 games.
"That's the only chance Liverpool have got, because City are better than them". We needed to be more solid - that's something to learn from.
"I think we can be happy with our performance". The second, maybe also we can lose in one moment and in the 90 minutes we could also have won in the balance of the 90 minutes.
"If you look at last season, especially away from home against the so-called top six teams, we didn't do well enough".
"You'd think Liverpool had just lost the league with the reaction after the game, that it was two points dropped, Man City are two points clear - there's a long way to go".
After drawing at home to Liverpool, Arsenal are one point and one place behind bitter rivals Spurs who now sit 4th.
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"It was intense, very intense". "A very good red one".
"The best way is to do it right from the first moment and then you can build on that, but we didn't do it right from the first moment. In my opinion we were the better team". Klopp has done an excellent job this season, overseeing eight wins out of 11 games and fixing the previously troubled defence.
That's a shame. Second half we changed formation a bit and it helped us today. "That's a really nice idea". But - as they have done a few times already this year.
Overall, Arsenal deserved the draw. I was actually waiting for Van Persie and Bergkamp!
A re-energised Arsenal impressed in the first-half, although Liverpool should have taken the lead through Sadio Mané, only for the Senegalese attacker to be wrongly flagged for offside after Roberto Firmino's effort had come back off the crossbar.
"Under Emery, they have won more points from losing positions than any other team, so the fans stay with the players". So we take it.