Wenger laments lack of penalties
The Canaries rallied and were level after Wojciech Szczesny spilled Wes Hoolahan's shot before Grant Holt's deflected effort gave the visitors a deserved half-time lead.
Arsenal did come on strong after the break and a brace from Van Persie in the space of eight minutes put the home side back in charge, only for Norwich substitute Steve Morison to make it 3-3 - and the day was further marred by the news that Gunenrs full-back Bacary Sagna had suffered a broken leg which rules the Frenchman out of Euro 2012.
"It is more than frustrating because we were very poor in the first half, not switched on," Wenger added. "The quality of our first half was absolutely not at the level... read more
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