The 21-year-old striker was sent off for a brutal test only four minutes after he fell off the seat in the draw
Arms stockpile mentor Mikel Arteta has conceded he is uncertain of the standards with respect to VAR after Eddie Nketiah was sent off during the 1-1 draw against Leicester on Tuesday.
Nketiah was indicated a red card while the hosts were driving 1-0 and only four minutes after he fell off the seat.
Arbitrator Chris Kavanagh counseled VAR before excusing the forward for a harsh test on James Justin with only 15 minutes left in the Premier League experience and the Foxes returned to protect a point through a late Jamie Vardy objective.
VAR’s job in the choice confounded the Gunners chief, who was glad for his side notwithstanding the draw.
“I don’t comprehend the standards. I never observe an official check any of the pictures. Be that as it may, I can do nothing now, it is the principles,” he disclosed to Sky Sports.
“We lost two focuses, we lost Eddie and we will see now for what number of games. However, we go to Spurs now and attempt to win three focuses.”
He included: “I am amazingly pleased with our group, the manner in which we played against this sort of restriction. We ought to have been three or four-nil up. With the red card you need to realize he is a small child. Leicester should play with 10 men following 42 minutes. For a test between the 40th and 45th moment.
“They played massively well. The recuperation time is troublesome however you can see the exertion the players are placing in. I am incredibly glad for the players. We need to learn too. At the point when you have this sort of restriction and you are on top you need to execute them when you can.”
Stockpile goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez says the episode was the defining moment in the game, as he accepts his side ought to have taken the three focuses.
“100% [we ought to have won],” he disclosed to BBC Sport. “Before Eddie Nketiah got sent off we played an extraordinary game and ought to have scored a few objectives. We guarded well and we’ll must be content with a draw, we needed to win.
“I know Eddie, he isn’t a forceful player. He slipped and would not like to harm him and the red card is brutal. We know Eddie and we realize he is a pleasant person,
“Somtimes you score, once in a while you don’t. Before the red card we looked strong and I didn’t need to make a spare in the subsequent half.
“I realize I will yield objectives however ideally I can save all the more perfect sheets for this club. That is one thing we need to take a shot at and disillusioned to surrender toward the end.”
Leicester director Brendan Rodgers, in the interim, safeguarded the Arsenal forward with respect to the occurrence, disclosing to BBC Sport: “It was a red card. I don’t think the child implied it, he was extending for it however the studs were up. I think they settled on the correct choice.”