"We did not stay concentrated and we were punished for that in the end," said Arsenal football manager Arsene Wenger, after the north London team were beaten by Wigan Athletic 3:2.
The team were easily ahead - Walcott scored at 41 minutes, Silvestre at 48 minutes - and were still leading at the 80th minute, but then they took their eye off the ball, literally.
Wigan's Watson scored at the 80th minute, Bramble at the 89th and N'Zogbia at the 90th. Within 10 unfocussed minutes, Arsenal finally lost all hope of this Premier League title race.
"At top-level competition you have to be focused for 90 minutes or you will lose games. I believe the goals we conceded were very poor. Unlucky, but poor.
"In football you have to keep focused for 90 minutes, especially against a team that has nothing to lose and is fighting to stay in like Wigan were... We did not stay concentrated and we were punished for that in the end."