Arsenal pulled themselves back to within five points of Leicester yesterday with the 2-0 win over Bournemouth. After going four games without a win it was crucial that the Gunners got back to winning ways, and Arsene Wenger admitted in the after match interview that, although it was not the best performance, it was the three points that mattered the most.
The games was also notable in that it was Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s first away goal for the Gunners in 18 months, and Wenger explains why he started with the Ox ahead of Theo Walcott and Joel Campbell.
And of course he talks about the “Flamini incident” and next weeks game against Leicester..
Interview courtesy of AudioBoom