Arsene Wenger admits Arsenal star Granit Xhaka needs to control his game after his sending off
Xhaka was shown a red card by referee Jonathan Moss after lunging in on Burnley midfielder Steven Defour.
Arsenal were 1-0 up at the time, but Xhaka's dismissal almost cost Arsenal as Bunrley levelled up proceedings late on through Andre Gray.
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However, Alexis Sanchez struck a 98th minute penalty to give the Gunners a 2-1 victory at the Emirates stadium.
And after the win Wenger admitted Xhaka needs to do something about his discipline.
“The noises I get are that Xhaka’s was a red card," Wenger said.
Alexis Sanchez secured the win for Arsenal with a 98th minute penalty
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"He has to control his game."
Xhaka now faces four games out as the red card was the Switzerland international's second of the season.
And unless Arsenal appeal the red card to the Football Association, the midfielder will miss the FA Cup clash at Southampton, and Premier League fixtures with Watford, Chelsea and Hull.