Wenger: Cazorla was half-conscious


Arsene Wenger described as feeling “half-conscious” in Sunday’s 1-1 draw between Arsenal and Tottenham.

put the visitors ahead at the in the first half and saved well from Christian Eriksen and Toby Alderweireld to keep the alive in the match.

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scored his first goal in over three years to snatch a point for Arsenal, after had clipped the bar with a header before flashing another effort wide from point-blank range.

Wenger had limited options available on the bench and his decision to withdraw Cazorla caused some surprise, but he has since explained that the midfielder did not feel well enough to continue.

“It was very intense physically. We were a bit unlucky as well because we played the first half with who was half conscious,” the Arsenal boss explained after the match.

“I changed him at half-time. I don’t know what happened to him. He felt perfectly alright

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