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05 April 2017, 02:05 | Simon Arnold
There is no indication over what caused the fight but it is a fractious time at the Emirates
Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi again restored parity eight minutes after the break when he rose above Nicolas Otamendi to head Mesut Ozil's corner past keeper Willy Caballero, but both neither side could find a victor.
Arsenal's Theo Walcott, center, celebrates after his teammate Arsenal'sShkodran Mustafi scored their second goal past Manchester City goalkeeper Willy Caballero, foreground, during the English Premier League soccer match bet.
"Overall it will help us to build confidence because the players certainly showed some mental strength and that will help us to come back to our natural fluency".
Arsenal have come back from weak positions in the past under Wenger, maintaining a record that has seen the club finish no lower than fourth in any of the past 20 seasons. Mathematically, today was not the best operation for either team, but we'll start thinking about mathematics when they're confident again.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger insists he has not been set the target of a top-four finish this season.
"He's the manager, we're the players and we are in every day to work on trying to win games".
When they fell behind to Leroy Sane's fifth-minute opener, the hosts appeared destined to collapse in a fashion that has become all-to-familiar under Wenger, whose charges have won one of nine matches against their top seven rivals this season.
"We had a refusal to lose the game, we were ready for a fight."
Two banners were held aloft at the final whistle - and both summed up the confusion now surrounding Arsenal and manager Wenger.
City manager Pep Guardiola was incensed on the sidelines.
Dropping two points could spell the end of City's title hopes, but Guardiola was more concerned about his side's lack of bravery on the ball.
Wenger said that Laurent Koscielny was out of the West Ham game with the achilles injury that forced him off against City.
"It's not for me to say if it's in the right hands or not but I do believe what he has done in the past is awesome", the French worldwide said. "What's important in football is what happens on the pitch and inside the stadium, and I feel the fans were absolutely outstanding today".
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