By Chris Harris

Lukasz Fabianski says Arsenal paid the price for missing their chances at Chelsea - but he insists they will still fight for the title.

The Polish keeper was beaten in either half by Didier Drogba and Alex as the champions ran out 2-0 winners but it would have been a different story had Marouane Chamakh, Laurent Koscielny and Samir Nasri converted decent opportunities at Stamford Bridge.

Fabianski was voted Man of the Match after a solid display between the sticks but he cut a frustrated figure at the final whistle.

"It's a disappointing result for us because when we look at the game and all the situations we created I think we deserved at least one or two goals but we didn't score them," Fabianski told Arsenal TV Online.

"We were really close to scoring. Petr Cech made one great, great save from Andrey Arshavin but the rest of the shots were just past the goal. We created plenty of chances to score and we couldn't do it. We have to take the chances we create and we were punished for that.

"But we will be chasing that title, for sure. I am sure that we are not going to give up, hopefully we will come back stronger in the next game."

Subscribers can now watch the full interview with Lukasz on Arsenal TV Online.

He discussed:

  • a disappointing defeat
  • Arsenal's fast start and missed chances
  • Didier Drogba's goal
  • Alex's spectacular free kick
  • a positive individual performance
  • the title race

    Subscribers can now watch this exclusive interview.

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    4 Oct 2010