Leandro Trossard admits Arsenal cannot afford a repeat of their performance against Chelsea when they travel to Sevilla in the Champions League on Tuesday.

The Gunners were below their usual standards at Stamford Bridge on Saturday but managed to rescue a point with late goals from Declan Rice and second half substitute Trossard.

And while the 28-year-old has hailed the sides’ impressive comeback, was keen to stress this should only be a one-off.

“We always want a result. We want to win every game,” he told Standard Sport. “That’s how we approach every game as well. That’s how we will do it for Sevilla and make sure we are ready for that.

“Of course, it’s a tough place to go (Seville). For Lens it was so many years since they played there as well, so I think we just need to make sure we are at it from the first minute.

“If we are playing our game and if we can control the game, I am absolutely sure that we can win. But if we are not, we give them a chance.”

“Well done to the boys – they never let their heads go down and kept believing,” he added.

“You can see you only need one moment to change a game. Declan scored a great goal and that got us into the game and believing again. As you can see, we were still able to take points away.”

Arsenal currently sit second in Group B after losing away to Lens last time out.

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