Marco Silva thinks Hull were unlucky to lose to Arsenal
Arsenal beat Hull 2-0 at the Emirates but were by no means comfortable winners against Marco Silva's side.
Alexis Sanchez's first-half goal was handball and the Chilean only made it 2-0 from the penalty spot on the 90th minute after Sam Clucas handled in the area.
And Hull boss Silva has claimed his side were desperately unlucky to lose the game and he revealed referee Mark Clattenburg did apologise for allowing Sanchez's first goal to stand.
Mark Clattenburg apologised for allowing Alexis Sanchez's handball goal
"The most important thing is the result," Silva said.
"It was a very good second half. We had control of it and caused Arsenal problems.
"They started the game better than us and after the story of the first half they score with handball. We didn't deserve this result.
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Should Alexis Sanchez's goal have been disallowed for handball?
"My players didn't feel bad when the referee started the second half and the referee apologised with the handball.
"After this, a really important moment in the game when [Lazar] Markovic had the big chance but this is football and I don't want to talk about this.
"In my mind it is always possible to do better. We need now to rest our players and prepare for the next match."