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Welbeck: I can play with Auba and Laca

Welbeck: I can play with Auba and Laca

Goalscorer Charlie Austin echoed his manager's frustration.

Antonio Conte's side have picked up just 12 points in their 11 Premier League games since New Year's Day.

"We are not clinical".

"I'm happy with the assist and glad to get the goals", he said.

"We are talking about a draw and that is incredible". I wanted to rotate a little bit because we play so many games that I have no other way to do things. We create a lot of chances but we can not take them.

- In fact, only Wayne Rooney (7) and Robin Van Persie (6) have scored more Premier League goals against Petr Cech than Shane Long (5). "This is the truth".

Before the game, fans paid tribute to former England captain Ray Wilkins, who died on Wednesday, with a minute of applause, despite his long association with London rival Chelsea.

The hosts did go in front in scrappy fashion when captain Cesar Azpilicueta prodded Alvaro Morata's knockdown past Joe Hart.

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Arsenal have been successful in their appeal to overturn the red card shown to Mohamed Elneny during Sunday's 3-2 Premier League win over Southampton.

Hart produced a brilliant flying save to deny Marcos Alonso a winning goal.

With a knee injury prompting Henrikh Mkhitaryan's absence from Wenger's side for the Europa League quarter-final second leg at CSKA Moscow on Thursday night, Welbeck is likely to start in Russian Federation as Arsenal aim to extend their 4-1 first-leg lead.

And he hopes a late season return to form could help force his way into England s World Cup squad.

"In some aspects of the game, there is no need to buy more players at that level, because we have young strikers as well - promising strikers", Wenger said, seemingly referring to teenager Eddie Nketiah, who was on the bench on Sunday. "I have seen him behave (well) when it was really tough so he deserves everything he gets".

"He had every reason to feel sorry for himself".

"Against Southampton, I made those runs, the ball came and it put them under pressure".

It looked like the Saints had snatched a point on 73 minutes when substitute Charlie Austin turned in Soares' cross with nearly his first touch of the game.