Following Arsenal’s 2-1 loss in the Champions League to Dinamo Zagreb, Arsene Wenger has conceded that perhaps he got some decisions wrong.

The match, which saw several of our usual first team squad dropped in favour of giving the likes of Mathieu Debuchy, Mikel Arteta, Kieran Gibbs and David Ospina a chance to claim spaces in the starting 11, definitely could have gone better.

Everything from our body language, to our defending looked disinterested, and the boss has admitted that, as the manager, he didn’t quite get everything right.

“You know that when you don’t win the game you have to look at yourself and think, ‘I didn’t get it right’,” Wenger said. “I personally don’t believe that the players who came in had a bad game. It just didn’t work. We know we have to do that again. We were maybe a bit unlucky and maybe lacked cohesion or some competition in some situations. I have to analyse that. It’s very difficult to give you a definite answer straight after the game.”

Although Wenger tends to take a lot of the blame for defeats, the team he put out still have to perform. We still should have won and the fact that we didn’t just lose but looked devoid of ideas is disappointing. The manager’s policy of only making substitutions before it’s too late needs to stop, especially if we’re losing in such a manner. Although, the boss making it clear that he will be looking at himself is a start.