Arsene Wenger praised Jack Wilshere’s ‘character’ after the midfielder rescued a point for the Gunners at West Brom, and pay per head sportsbooks could see how relieved the fans were.
Pay per head sportsbooks saw that on Sunday, Claudio Yacob helped the hosts take the lead shortly before half-time, before Wilshere’s strike earned a share of the spoils as Arsenal reclaimed the top spot in the Premier League.
But, despite Wilshere playing out on the wing for the majority of the 1-1 draw at The Hawthorns, Wenger and pay per head sportsbooks following the Gunners were proud of the 21-year-old’s contribution.
“He had trouble today to find the rhythm of the game,” Gunners manager Wenger said on Sky Sports 1. “But he has character as well. He doesn’t give up, he continues to play his game and got a great goal.
“I believe he was fouled a few times, pushed over and didn’t get the fouls he deserved.”
The manager admitted that a draw was probably fair, with both sides missing opportunities to win it.
“Over the whole game, I think it’s a fair point. Over the last half-an-hour, I have some regrets, because we could feel we had the opportunities to score a second goal,” he said.
“We again have shown character to come back into this game and in the second half being a goal down to equalise.”
In the meantime, price per head sportsbooks found out that Wilshere admitted that he did not find it easy to play out of position, but is eager to do his very best for the team.
“It was a tough game, coming here is never easy. We are happy with the point,” he said.
“It was a tough game for me. I am not used to playing on the wing, I’m still learning it, but I’m happy to do it for the team. I got a goal which was nice, I’ve always said I want to score more goals.”
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The point lifted Arsenal to the top of the standings above Liverpool, and pay per head sportsbooks can see that both sides are level on points as they move into the international break.
“It’s a good position to start again after the break,” Wenger added.