Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger handed three-match ban over referee comments

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Arsenal Football Club Manager, Arsene Wenger, yesterday in a post-match interview, said he would have probably committed suicide after his side's first game of the New Year against Chelsea nearly ended in defeat.

Wenger said referees were living in the dark ages and even siding against his team after a series of refereeing decisions - including against West Brom on Sunday and Chelsea on Wednesday - cost Arsenal dearly.

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Hazard maintains that the official made the right call. "And we got again a farcical decision on the penalty but ... we knew that (would happen) as well before, so we had to deal that".

"I knew before the game that the last 20 minutes could be hard for us because we have a big disadvantage with the schedule", Wenger said, referencing having to play on Sunday while Chelsea enjoyed a further day's rest.

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"It's a pity because he had many chances to score but, at the same time, I'm very happy for his effort and commitment". Morata's last miss was immediately followed by a Davide Zappacosta shot that blasted off the crossbar.

Reports on Thursday claimed Hazard was set to escape the retrospective punishment which saw Manuel Lanzini and Oumar Niasse suspended for two games earlier this season, but Wenger, who is already risking a stadium ban, insists the Chelsea forward cheated.

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"We are doing a really good job in this situation because we are making many rotations but at the same time our results are positive".

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