Rob Holding was pleased with how Arsenal came from behind to seal a draw against Liverpool.
The Gunners played out a 1-1 draw with Jurgen Klopp's Reds as Alexandre Lacazette found the net eight minutes from stoppage-time, cancelling out James Milner's opener.
However, Holding, who made seven clearances, six recoveries, four tackles, and two interceptions during the match, spoke of the 'good team chemistry' within Unai Emery's team.
"It was fast paced and we knew it was going to be like that with their style of play and the way we’ve been playing this season - getting the ball down and breaking with pace," he said as Arsenal.com quoted.
"It was end-to-end stuff and entertaining for the fans, and we’ve come away for a draw, though it could have been more. If we’d have lost that game, it would have been so unlucky. We’ll take the draw and hopefully next time we’ll get three points."
Regarding the fighting spirit and togetherness within the Arsenal squad, he said: "There’s a really good team chemistry here and a winning mentality. We’re not losing and we’ll keep fighting until the end. We never give up, we’ll keep going and get what we deserve."
Arsenal are winless in their last seven Premier League battles with Liverpool (D3 L4), and 17 of Alexandre Lacazette's 23 goals for the Gunners in all competitions have been scored at the Emirates.