Mikel Arteta claimed the technology “wasn’t good enough” after VAR failed to reach a final decision on Tomasz Soucek’s controversial tackle. It comes as Arsenal suffer a blow in the title race against West Ham.

Mikel Arteta scored another VAR goal as Arsenal missed a chance to go top of the table as they lost at home to West Ham.The result was David Moyes’ first away win against the old ‘big four’ of Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United.

In the 73rd question, Tomas Soucek controversially scored a goal that VAR failed to detect in the first half. Jarrod Bowen’s ball goes out of bounds. Former Gunner Konstantinos Mavropanos doubled the lead after the break to seal victory.”If the technology we have now is not good enough to react (or the ball goes out of bounds), then we have to win the game without it,” Gunners boss Arteta said.

I did not see him. They say no conclusion has been reached. Unfortunately, with the technology we have, it’s not very clear to tell if it’s over or over. ‘it’s over. He is gone. “There’s nothing we can do about it now.”Arsenal have scored just four goals in their last four league games and have scored 30 goals in West Ham’s six games.Moyes said of his historic night:

“We had great defending, great structure, organization and discipline. Their possessions were a little too much for my taste, but I did a great job.”Arsenal played incredibly well and put a lot of pressure on us, but we have to say that most of the football was defensive. Sometimes I don’t want to talk about it too much, but I did a really good job.“Remember Arsenal lived here. “I thought it was great defense.”

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