Stockpile administrator Arsene Wenger has conceded that he will assume liability for Konstantinos Mavropanos’ poor execution against Leicester on Wednesday.

The inside back was sent off 15 minutes into the diversion and the active supervisor concedes that he ought to never have picked the 20-year-old Greek.

Armory were at that point an objective down when he was rejected, and Claude Puel’s side went ahead to win 3-1 at the King Power Stadium .

 

The veteran Frenchman has admitted that he will bear the fault for Mavropanos’ expulsion.

“I don’t think he had recouped,” he said. “He was somewhat astounded by the pace of the diversion toward the begin, since he had not totally recuperated.

“I accept when recreations are close, it takes so much mental vitality toward the beginning of your vocation that it takes now and again somewhat longer to recuperate.

“I had a long considered playing him straight away again or not. Once in a while you think: ‘alright, it’s going great for him, keep him in.'”

Mavropanos will be suspended for Sunday’s experience against Huddersfield, which will be Wenger’s rearward accountable for Arsenal after near 22 years in charge.