Arsenal defender Takëhiro Tomiyasu has admitted that entirely Mikel Arteta’s squad are not happy after their winning strike end with goalless draw at Brighton on Saturday.
The Gunners are struggled to impose themselves at the Amex Stadium as the Seagulls dominating possession whilst also registering a whopping 22 shots on Aaron Ramsdale’s goal.
Before the clash, Mikel Arteta’s men are into the match with full of confidence after winning four games on the bounce across all competitions.
The Gunners followed up narrow 1-0 wins against Norwich City and Burnley with a 3-0 win over AFC Wimbledon in the Carabao Cup before a first-half demolition of local rivals Spurs last month with saw them win 3-1 against Nuno Espirito Santo’s men.
But the case change at the Amex Stadium last Saturday as the Seagulls dominating possession whilst also registering a whopping 22 shots on Aaron Ramsdale’s goal, but Mikel Arteta’s men still managed to recorded clean sheet.
Tomiyasu, was also among Mikel Arteta’s back-line that made impact during the contest but the Japan international has claimed that he was still unhappy with the draw.
The 22-year-old said: ‘I am not happy with the result but I have to think positively about the one point because they controlled the game most of the time.
‘We will take one point. I’m not happy with the result but we have to be positive.
‘I am happy about the clean sheet. You have to think positively because in the box I think we won the duels. Only in the box. In other spaces we lost the duel most of the time. We have to improve this.’
Arsenal will host Patrick Vieira’s Crystal Palace side at the Emirates Stadium in two weeks’ time after the end of the current international break.