Arsenal were left angry after being left angry after being denied a penalty following a VAR investigation against Leeds.
The Gunners ran into a 4-0 lead after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s hat-trick at the Emirates – but just after controversy when the score was 1-0.
Bukayo Saka felt fouled by Liam Cooper and referee Stuart Attwell marked the spot.
But he was called to a VAR investigator to investigate his decision and eventually recalled the call.
He felt that the challenge of warranting false positives was not enough, providing an important link for the visitors.
Just before Attwell finished his check, David Luiz was heard shouting at the referee referring to his recent controversial red card in a loss against Wolves.
“Penalty and red card, as at Wolverhampton!” Luiz is reportedly said, although Arteta seemed to be referring to the same incident, saying: “there should be a penalty, a red card”.
Minutes later, Attwell did not issue a penalty or a red card as he believed no offense had been committed.
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Luckily for Arsenal, they responded in good fashion to take a storm into a big lead before being brought back by Leeds.
Aubameyang was in electric form under attack – after Arteta said he had a plan to involve his captain in a key position during pre-match interviews.
“It’s good, it took some time. He has spent a few days without any training sessions, away with the family, ”Arteta told Sky Sports.
“He’s back, he’s trained well and that’s why he’s in the team today.
“It plays through the medium as part of the game plan and something we think we can take advantage of. We’ll see if it works. ”
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