Arsenal drew Zero-Zero with Chelsea on Sunday, choosing up a hard earned level at Stamford Bridge.
The Gunners seemed the much more likely to win the sport and noticed Shkodran Mustafi’s second-half header dominated out for offside.
And former Emirates guy Lukas Podolski thinks his previous membership would have claimed all 3 issues had they proven extra “fight”.
“Derbies are always something special for me,” he advised the Arsenal Weekly podcast.
“I come from a era who at all times struggle at the pitch.
“Now the derby is changing into a bit of too pleasant for me.
“When there’s something essential, like a derby, for me it’s at all times essential to struggle.
“On the pitch it’s important to struggle, off the pitch it’s important to, get a yellow card or get the fanatics motivated.”
Arsene Wenger, then again, felt it was once a high-intensity sport and he lauded his aspect for choosing up some extent.
“I felt that was a game with intensity, with two teams going for it, battles all over the pitch, and we responded well,” Wenger stated.
“I love when the group displays that more or less reaction. I think it is a deserved level.
“With a bit more freedom we could have won this game with one or two goals difference, but it was important we didn’t lose.”