Wenger admits Arsenal shot themselves in the foot in Wednesday’s defeat at Porto but insists Lukasz Fabianski’s display will take a private analysis.

The Polish goalkeeper had a match to forget as he compounded the shame of an own-goal with another error which capped Porto’s second in their 2-1 victory.

But Wenger intends not to copy the acts of fellow managers Harry Redknapp (on Pavlyuchenko) and Jose Mourinho (on Balotelli) by reacting to a player’s blunder in public.

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“I do not want to come out individually on Lukasz’ performance tonight and judge him in front of everybody.” Wenger said.

“I believe that you have to accept that you lose as a team and win as a team. Any individual performance has not to be analysed publically.”