Arsenal wing back Hector Bellerin has said he’s not worried about their Europa League quarter final second leg against Slavia Prague.
The north Londoners rued the conceding of a late minute equaliser at home in the first leg, which leaves the tie finely settled at 1-1.
And Bellerin believes his side have all the qualities to overcome Slavia away from home in the second tie and move into the semi finals.
Lifting the Europa League is Arsenal’s last chance of securing Champions League football for next season.
“Well, obviously it’s really disappointing not to win this game when you get the feeling throughout the game that you should have won that,” Bellerin said post-game, per the club website.
“It’s difficult to take, but at the end of the day there’s still everything to play for and it’s 1-1. We know how they play and I think we had really good moments in the game.
“We broke down their pressure and we created chances, so there’s nothing that worries me for us to go to Prague and do the job there.
“You can blame it on anything you want, but at the end of the day it comes down to the goals we score and the goals we concede, and I think throughout the game we put ourselves in situations that we could have taken the lead, but this is football,” he added.
“You’ve got to keep trying, you’ve got to keep trying, and on another game we will score them and today wasn’t the day. I think also when you put yourself 1-0 up there’s better ways of managing the game in the way we did and as players we take the responsibility.
“We know when we make mistakes and at the same time, I think it’s a very positive performance when you look to go away next Thursday. They’re a team that makes things difficult for every single team that they’ve played against, and I think I felt comfortable on the ball and I felt like the team did all the right things that we were asked to do and there’s still 90 minutes to play for. We’re ready for it.”