‘Arsenal didn’t create many chances, we conceded from a set-piece’: Thomas Frank believes his team deserved more than a defeat

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Brentford manager Thomas Frank is disappointed his team did not get at least a draw in their 3-0 loss to Arsenal.

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Arsenal defeated a well-drilled Brentford team away from home to make it six wins in a row. Arsenal took all three points thanks to goals from Fabio Vieira, Gabriel Jesus, and William Saliba.

Thomas Partey was back in midfield and played well. His defensive awareness prevented Ivan Toney from breaking through the Arsenal defence. Arsenal put in a good performance overall despite the absence of Odegaard and Zinchenko.

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Brentford boss Thomas Frank admitted his side lost to an inform team but feels a draw would have been a fair result. Speaking to Premier League productions, he said:

“I think we performed quite well, not 10/10 but if you want to win or get something out of the team flying, you cannot concede the first from a set piece and then the second one.”

“In general, unless it is something unbelievable from a set-piece, I want us to avoid every set-piece goal.”

“There are some few bits we could have done better for the second. They didn’t create that many chances but had quality in moments.”

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