Mikel Arteta and his boys failed to make their fans happy once again as they lost 1-0 to Aston Villa. The Gunners needed the point to go above Burnley and Sheffield United but couldn't get it.
Egypt international, Trezeguet scored the only goal in the game as the secured a vital point in their relegation battle.
Here is what Arteta said after the game.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta, speaking to Sky Sports: "Villa gave absolutely everything and perhaps we lacked a little bit of freshness.
"Congratulations to Villa because they were put under a lot of pressure and they managed to win the game.
"We were in some really good positions but we didn't manage to deliver the ball.
"Emotionally and physically it's been a very demanding week but I saw a team who wanted to fight until the end.
"I'm not disappointed about the attitude - I know where we are in certain areas and where we need to improve more. We will get that."
On finishing outside the top six for the first time in 25 years: "It tells you the gap doesn't lie. We have to make that smaller and smaller."
On a banner which flew over the ground reading "Back Arteta, Kroenke Out": "The Kroenkes and the board and the sporting director, I have their full backing.
"I have that 100% - the fans have to believe what I'm saying."