James Milner's opener arrived after the hour but Arsenal enjoyed plenty of encouragement in the Liverpool half throughout and belatedly got their reward through Alexandre Lacazette's superb equaliser eight minutes from time - preserving a 14-match unbeaten run in all competitions.
"They had a few chances for sure and they are in a good moment, but we were not at our best".
Earlier, Marcus Rashford hit a stoppage-time victor as Manchester United came from behind again to continue their revival, this time securing a 2-1 victory at in-form Bournemouth. The second, maybe also we can lose in one moment and in the 90 minutes we could also have won in the balance of the 90 minutes.
In contrast to their last visit to the Emirates when they conceded three times in five minutes almost a year ago, Liverpool needed to show their new-found defensive resolve as a confident Arsenal started and finished the brighter.
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A point certainly felt well deserved and Arsenal easily could have scored more if they had been sharper in front of goal. The one real hope for a title race worthy of the name this season is that Liverpool remains in touch with City despite being some way short of its best. While no one inside the ground was celebrating, Gunners boss Unai Emery could at least spend the rest of his birthday reflecting on a promising performance from his team. "That will help us and give us confidence at the top-end of the pitch to really go for teams because we should know that we have got good defensive capabilities".
"We wanted to win but the performance is good, we push and we work the match, doing our tactics and with our supporters pushing us with energy", he said.
Klopp said: "I think it was a goal, it should have been a goal". "We made life too easy for them". That's OK. Our set-pieces were outstanding and we should have scored from them.
Arsenal brought pretty much all of their strikers [on]... We didn't have that often enough. The Frenchman drew Alisson out after latching onto the end of Alex Iwobi's through ball and took his time before creating an opening and firing the ball into the bottom corner. Winning the ball back, or collecting it off his back four, before giving it to an attacking player. It's not nice, but of course a point at Arsenal will always be an absolutely good result.