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Rodriguez penalty call correct for Wenger

Arsene Wenger felt it was the correct decision not to award Jay Rodriguez a penalty in Arsenal's 2-0 win over West Brom on Monday. The forward was felled in the area by Shkodran Mustafi in only the eighth minute at the Emirates Stadium, before he got to his feet and saw a shot tipped onto the post by Petr Cech after referee Bobby Madley allowed play to continue. West Brom boss Tony Pulis said it was "a stonewall penalty" and Rodriguez himself said he felt clear contact, but Wenger says Madley was right to award the advantage. "Mustafi tackled and touched the West Brom player," the Arsenal manager told Sky Sports. "It could have been given, the referee left the...
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