Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has funnily revealed that he would have committed suicide if Chelsea defender Davide Zappacosta had scored for the Blues with both sides deadlocked at 2-2.
The Frenchman was speaking after his Arsenal side played out a thrilling 2-2 draw with London rivals Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday evening in what was a Premier League clash.
Spanish right-back Hector Bellerin equalised for the Gunners in added time after an Eden Hazard penalty goal and a close range finish from Marcos Alonso had overturned Jack Wilshere’s opener for Arsenal.
With the scores at 2-2 in added time, Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata was put through on goal but his shot was saved by Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech before the rebound fell to Zappacosta who thumped his shot against the crossbar.
When asked on what he would have done had Zappacosta scored for Chelsea at 2-2, Wenger said: “Maybe I would have commit suicide.”