Leeds hit the woodwork 3 times however did not put the ball behind the online as Mikel Arteta’s facet clinched a lucky level at Elland Road on Sunday.
Arsenal document signing Nicolas Pepe was despatched off for violent conduct in the course of the Premier League conflict however Saka nearly broke the impasse after his team-mate’s dismissal.
England worldwide Saka began the match on the bench however entered the fray shortly after half-time in change of Joe Willock and impressed earlier than he was pressured off in injury-time with an damage concern.
Reacting to the goalless draw, former Arsenal caretaker supervisor Ljungberg informed Sky Sports: ‘Leeds have been very, excellent as we speak. They created plenty of possibilities. One of these ought to go in.
‘But I thought Bukayo [Saka] was very good when he came on and could have nicked it towards the end there. Arsenal were maybe a bit lucky. But they almost got a goal and that was their plan after the red card.’
Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin, in the meantime, admitted he had ‘mixed feelings’ after the goalless draw.
He stated: ‘I’ve to say as a participant I’ve combined emotions, I’m not somebody who will get proud of a draw, however considering the opposition and the very fact we had 10 males.
‘We seemed actually stable, clearly they created possibilities however the crew responded rather well.
‘We each had possibilities, we go dwelling with a draw and it’s a kind of video games you have to overlook about and transfer on to the subsequent one, as a result of we now have a busy schedule arising.
‘Coming to Elland Road, you realize you’ll have a troublesome sport, a crew who’ve been working for a couple of years with Marcelo Bielsa, tactically very courageous and clever, when it’s a must to defend in the entire second half it will get tiring in your mind, relatively than your physique.
‘I am happy we didn’t conceded and nonetheless seemed stable.’
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