Arsenal football club legend and football pundit, Ian Wright felt Edinson Cavani was "very lucky" not to receive a red card after a spat with Aaron Ramsey in the 2-2 result at the Emirates. The 2-2 draw means that PSG are now top of the group owing to the away goals rule, with the Gunners having drawn the Parisians 1-1 in the reverse fixture. "I think if he was a foreign player we'd be going mad".
"Today we passed a test against a great team".
The pair were involved in an incident on the stroke of half time as Ramsey tried to retrieve the ball from Cavani with the Uruguayan attempting to delay the taking of Arsenal's penalty.
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But Klopp said: "It isn't that I don't care about defending, I don't care about what people say about it". We did much better and had chances and moments but did not score", he told BBC Sport .
Arsenal, who like PSG had already qualified for the last 16, looked set to finish top of their group for the first time since 2011 after Marco Verratti's comical own goal on the hour.
The hosts managed to take the lead in the Champions League clash after Italy worldwide Marco Verratti inadvertently put the ball into his own net.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger accepted that PSG, third in Ligue 1, had more chances and was disappointed his side backed off once they had been given a fortunate lead.
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"It's hard to understand how easy we gave away a goal at a corner".
Cavani escaped without a booking before clashing with Olivier Giroud as the two sets of players went down the tunnel. Tonight my concern is that we were 2-1 up and allowed them to come back at us. "I thought the Welsh are meant to be tough", Gerrard said on BT Sport.
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