Jamie Oliver would not have been happy with Arsenal tonight in Kiev as we resembled his least favourite food.
It was far from vintage Arsenal tonight and you have to say based on the performance a point from the game was a good one.
Arsenal could have had the game wrapped up though in the first half and missed some clear cut chances that really cost us. Kiev could have been buried at half-time and were just content to go in the half way mark level.
Fair play to Dynamo Kiev, they played well and deserved a share of the spoils. They stifled us and grew more in confidence as the game went on.
We seemed to be in first gear for long periods of the game and could have really stepped up the pace to take the game to Kiev.
I have to point out we looked solid when Song was on the pitch. When he came off the game opened up and it was Kiev who seemed the more dangerous side.
Kiev were obvious to Theo's danger. The lad was doubled up on every occasion he had the ball and was scythed down whenever he broke free. This was a good lesson for Theo. Teams will be more aware of him now than ever and it's up to him to figure out how to deal with it.
Cesc Fabregas was unusually quiet for long parts of the game. He had his usual work-rate but was unable to influence the match. He wont be happy with his performance but he can't perform miracles every time his steps onto the pitch.
Le Boss said a point would be a good result. Judging by the performance I'd agree. It isn't a disaster and we didn't lose face (as the commentators tried to say)
There are no mug teams in the Champions League (except Chelsea and Manchester United) so a point away to ANYONE is a good one.
The sides in the Champions League are there for a reason. They are the BEST sides in their countries so every game is difficult.
We have five games remaining, three are at home. Usually ten points get you through the group. I'm quietly confident we will make it.
Keep it Goonerish...............