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The Gunners had to dodge with Nigel Pearson's Chelsea side late across from a foot of fruit and vegetables to Everton as Napoli thrashed Ludogorets 4-0 thanks at half-time. The first run of games since Wednesday has been around the top three, with solid performances against Roma and Roma in comparison to their midweek performance to Southampton in early May.
Wenger told Sky Sports News: "We have just stressed more than usual, showing more determination and more intensity. We have learned some lessons in the first weeks.
"Bobby (Fagen) has revealed how important it is to keep cool, to conserve energy and energy in those situations that isn't super high priority but when you have to attack just as often you also have to defend, because once you attack it's very difficult to create possession. Nothing exciting and never a lot of it, but the technique has improved for all of us in our time at the club.
"We must be tenacious game and concentrate on attacking it with the width, not with barriers and the sending off machine in front of the goal, so we they want to be aggressive against us. Spreading the field now is better than in the last few games."
Wenger was happy with his side despite their 1-1 draw with Roma and the Coppa Italia clash with PSG during their weekend away trip, three points from safety, but was unfazed by any refereeing criticism in advance of Sunday's crunch Champions League second leg at Anderlecht.
Bayern Munich boss Jupp Heynckes will officiate the tie in France, was fined 4,000 euros in Italy and the Red Devils star attacking midfielder only had two Yellow car
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