"We have a very hard game on Tuesday against Borussia Dortmund and arriving in a better condition than we arrived today is going to be key". "They are so big players".
Tottenham go to Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday protecting a 3-0 lead in their Champions League last-16 tie.
After Kane had rattled in a 74th-minute spot-kick to cancel out Aaron Ramsey's first-half opener, Lloris then kept out Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's 12-yard effort out to ensure a first Premier League draw for Spurs in 33 games.
"This season we are so unlucky with decisions that affect us in a negative way, like against Manchester United - [Paul] Pogba should be sent off, Harry Kane got an injury when it was a clear foul on the edge of the box but no foul".
The former Arsenal striker told Sky Sports' Soccer Saturday that the Gunners have not improved defensively under Unai Emery. What I saw against Tottenham, the spirit of the team, I am very happy and I think if we are like this until the end we can do it.
"I am finding the best decisions for the team and they are playing other matches. Mistakes can come because it's very hard for them to watch in the moment one action like that." .
Reacting on his performance, Aubameyang, who usually hit the social media after matches, understandably delayed his post, even as he hinted his son helped him overcome the horror of missing a glorious opportunity of winning the match for Arsenal.
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He added: "I prepared myself to (start all three)".
'I was surprised to see him start, ' Petit, a 1998 World Cup victor with France and Premier League victor with Arsenal, said.
A win for Arsenal will reduce the gap between themselves and Spurs to just one point, with nine games to go. For example, usually he can't play 90 minutes while being consistent with his work.
"For us it is not a good result because we can win".
"Tomorrow we are going to play together".
Although he argues that Spurs should have won the game, they are showing signs of fatigue and mental mistakes which are costing them dear at a pivotal stage of the season.
"Some situations are hard for referees to handle, to manage, we can't think that it will be the key for football to be fair", he said.