I asked Son if it was a penalty and he said it was for sure, but I don't know.
Emery said "I don't know" when asked when Ozil had sustained the injury, while repeating the statement after being pressed on if Ozil was in attendance.
And Gary Neville, as a pundit on Sky Sports, claimed he could see Ozil leaving the club in the near future.
"You can see it evolving, this team".
Jose Mourinho: We lost so many balls
Dele Alli? Eriksen? Son? No. "Before the smaller clubs were nearly begging the big clubs: 'Get my best players". But, according to Mourinho, dealing in the modern transfer market is a hazardous experience.
"There are a couple of players who are going to play less and less minutes, and have less and less influence at this football because they're not on the journey he wants to go on".
Emery's side continue to impress, a quick-thinking Granit Xhaka flashing a free-kick into Kolasinac who burst past the struggling Serge Aurier to provide a cross which saw Alex Iwobi draw a smart low save out of Hugo Lloris.
"We know it will be very hard in Manchester, because of their history and their present, we are going to prepare in the best way possible, to have the best performance against them". Arsenal will be looking to walk away with another three points on Sunday to solidify their run for a top-four finish.
"We know it's very hard in Manchester - in history and in the present", he added. In history and in the present. "And Wednesday is for us a good example, we need to think now about the Manchester match". "But let's not forget, last week they were winning against Chelsea also, Tottenham, with a very big match and today they are losing against us".