Arsenal captain Robin van Persie has joined other players in expressing their happiness at a point against German champions Borussia Dortmund in their opening Champions League match. The match ended 1-1 after an impressive equaliser in the 88th minute by Dortmund's Ivan Perisic, but Van Persie has said that the Gunners can be pleased with their display.
Arsenal skipper Robin van Persie during Tuesday's Champions League
match against Borussia Dortmund in Dortmund. PIC/AFP
Persie, whose first-half strike had put the Gunners ahead, told Sky Sports: "One-one away is not too bad. You come to a difficult place here.
"They have amazing fans and a really good team, so I would have settled for a draw before the game. The only thing is that they left it so late, which make it a bit frustrating but we can be happy."
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