By Nick Teale
Cesc Fabregas says Arsenal are not favourites to win the second leg clash with Porto after their 2-1 defeat on Wednesday night.
A Fabianski own goal and a controversial second-half strike from Falcao denied the Gunners at the Estadio do Dragao, despite Sol Campbell's 18th-minute header.
The result means Arsenal must beat the Portuguese champions at Emirates Stadium in three weeks time. However, Arsène Wenger's side do have an away goal in their favour.
Speaking after the match in Porto, captain Cesc Fabregas said that the Gunners are not favourites for the second leg.
"There are no favourites in football," insisted the Spaniard. "Porto are winning so if you want to call someone favourites they are because they are winning 2-1.
"But we don't look at it that way, we just want to play the game. We have to consider the Premier League again, then the national team, the League again and then the Champions League. Then we will talk about it.
"You never like to lose and we felt we were doing well. We came back and were controlling the game. These things happen - I don't know if it was the referee's mistake or ours but this is football. Now we have to come back at Emirates Stadium."