Laurent Koscielny scored his second goal in the space of a week against Swansea on Saturday but it came under controversial circumstances.

The centre back nudged into former Gunner and Swansea goalkeeper, Fabianski, before knocking the ball into the net. The Frenchman himself even looked towards the referee afterwards to see whether the goal would still stand.

As it is, it did, but the Swans’ will be feeling a tad hard done by.

Wenger, however, doesn’t believe it was a foul, although he admitted he might need to see it again just to be sure.

“I didn’t see a foul, honestly,” the boss said.

“Maybe I missed something and I have to watch it again. There are always a diverse set of opinions from managers on that. It didn’t look obvious to me from outside.”

If we’d won by that goal alone, I could understand the uproar. However, we didn’t, we scored two other goals and bossed the second half entirely.

If Swansea are frustrated, maybe they should look at their inability to score against us in the first half, when we were playing like zombies (apt, considering it’s Halloween).

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