The Baggies striker, who was clipped by Shkrodan Mustafi in the opening 10 minutes last night, says he won’t stay down unless he is genuinely injured. Rodriguez got back to his feet when the penalty wasn’t given at the Emirates Stadium and had a shot tipped brilliantly onto the post by Gunners goalkeeper Petr Cech. And the summer signing insists he will never shy away from a goalscoring opportunity. “I felt contact,” said Rodriguez. “I obviously went down and I was waiting for the foul to be given.
The 36-year-old midfielder was lauded far and wide for breaking Ryan Giggs's Premier League appearance record with his 633rd match in the competition. He was handed a special commemorative Arsenal shirt by Arsene Wenger and gave up his time for countless media interviews in the run-up to the match. All that fuss was alien to a man who has made a career of quietly going about his business in a professional and competent manner.
But while his home form against old foe Arsene Wenger may be exemplary, with five wins, two draws and just one defeat from eight meetings, his record away from home is abysmal. Pulis has lost all 10 of his matches against Wenger in North London. The Emirates Stadium may not boast the most intimidating of atmospheres, but it hasnâ€™t been a happy hunting ground for Albionâ€™s head coach. â€œIt seems to be chalk and cheese for some reason,â€? he admitted.
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Selecting a term
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