Mikel Arteta Speaks about some issues concerning Arsenal and Crystal Palace match yesterday.

Mikel Arteta may have “loved” Arsenal’s slim victory over Crystal Palace, but he thinks a stopwatch may be necessary to correct irregularities in time-wasting after Takehiro Tomiyasu broke the rules.

Martin Odegaard’s penalty in the second half gave the Gunners a 1-0 victory in south London.

At Selhurst Park, the Japanese defender Tomiyasu was dismissed after receiving a soft yellow card for a foul on Jordan Ayew just seven minutes earlier. He had previously received a warning for alleged time-wasting at a throw-in.

The new mandate for officiating this season has called for, among other changes, a clampdown on time-wasting, but Arteta thinks Tomiyasu’s booking was timed incorrectly.

The Spaniard responded, “For me, it is not a problem,” when asked about the rule changes. That judgment is made by the referee.

We follow through on that, too.

They clarified it.

We only request consistency from you.

If not, we will need to use a stopwatch to see what is and isn’t real time. ‘.

When told that Tomiyasu had waited 23 seconds to take the throw-in before being warned, Arteta responded, “It wasn’t.”. It may have taken eight seconds. We might need to use a stopwatch.

“These are the standards.”. ‘.

Following up on their victory over Nottingham Forest on the first day, Arsenal made it two wins in a row despite receiving a red card.

Eddie Nketiah was fouled by Palace goalkeeper Sam Johnstone, earning a penalty that Odegaard stepped up to convert. Nketiah had previously hit the post in the first half.

Regarding the victory, Arteta said, “I loved it, absolutely loved it.”.

“It’s a really tough place to go, but we played 11 against 11 the way we wanted to.”.

We had a lopsided advantage in the game, made plenty of opportunities, but two absolutely massive ones went unseized.

‘After we converted the penalty, we had to play for 30 minutes with 10 men. It’s a conflict we weren’t expecting, but we had to adapt, and the players were outstanding.

We didn’t give anything away, in my opinion. The substitutes were excellent, as were the coaching, the way they came out, their concentration, their focus, and how much they aided the team. Many times during the game, they altered the momentum genuinely happy.’.

In spite of leaving the game without collecting any points, Eagles manager Roy Hodgson felt his team gave a strong performance.

I’m tempted to say that we deserved something from the game, he admitted.

We tried our hardest to win when they were down to 10 men, but they are a top-notch team, and they were able to fend off our efforts.

We couldn’t break through the cordon because there were many bodies gathered around the goalkeeper, but this is common.

‘In terms of Crystal Palace’s performance, there weren’t many things I was disappointed in. I believe we would feel even happier and more proud of ourselves on a different day. ‘.

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