By Pa Reporter
Published: 10:27 GMT, 2 December 2019 | Updated: 10:27 GMT, 2 December 2019
Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno conceded his side were lucky to earn a draw away to Norwich on Sunday.
But it could have been different had Leno not made fine saves to deny Kenny McLean and Teemu Pukki in the second half.
Bernd Leno has conceded that Arsenal were fortunate to leave Norwich with a point on Sunday
It saw interim manager Freddie Ljunberg begin his spell with a point, but extended Arsenal's winless run to eight which was a factor in the decision to sack Unai Emery on Friday - the morning after a 2-1 home defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt.
Leno told the official club website: 'At the end it was confusing because in the first half we played exactly how we wanted but conceded two goals in transition. In the second half, we lost control of the game and we were lucky to draw.
'It's always strange and sad when a manager loses his job. I think Emery did a very good job for one-and-a-half years, but the club decided to change the manager and something in the team.
'We just have to look forward and we saw the team was different (against Norwich).'