Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta was satisfied after their 2-2 draw at Liverpool.
The Gunners were 2-0 up inside the opening half-hour before the Reds fought back.
Arteta later said, “Wow. Very intense game. The game was under control but after that we concede a really sloppy goal and the game shifted momentum. We started well in the first few minutes [of the second half] but then lost control. It became a very transitional game, very chaotic. Liverpool could score three or four. It is true we could have scored two or three so maybe at the end the score is fair.
“I haven’t seen anyone do it [dominate] in this ground this season. They beat every big team here, they played Real Madrid and could have been four up after 20 minutes. They are going to have moments. You need to deal with them and we did. Our goalkeeper had a big part in that.
“We could taken three points. We should do that [play like the first half] for another 15 minutes and then the game would have taken a very different trajectory. We didn’t. We have to take the point.”
On Aaron Ramsdale’s performance, Arteta added: “He was superb again today. You need your goalkeeper at Anfield. It’s a shame after how we started. The big lesson is in the first half that they came here and played with that personality.”