"It's hard to take when you lose a big game when you see the 100 percent celebration on the other side". It's an experience a little bit like an offence.
"And that's why, when I was in Japan, I admired sumo".
"Because the guy who wins does not show his happiness out his respect for his opponent". That shows how deep the culture of respect for each other is there.
"Is it something we can copy? I don't know because it is not part of our culture".
"They are part of the incidents that can happen in big derbies", Wenger said.
He said: "You [the press] build these things up like it's life of death and then when it happens you can be surprised".
"That's part of the intensity of the importance of the game".
"It happened to us, it happened to them [United]". Hopefully you commit 100 per cent on the pitch and are an angel after. "But it is not always the case".
Aaron Ramsey will miss Arsenal's midweek trip to West Ham United due to a hamstring injury, although Arsene Wenger insists the Wales international's problem is not serious. We lost Ramsey against Southampton.
Mustafi missed Sunday's 1-1 draw at Southampton with a thigh injury, and the German worldwide has not recovered in time for the visit to the London Stadium.
Jack Wilshere and Olivier Giroud are pressing for a first start to the season.
Jermain Defoe, who scored his 200th Premier League goal at the weekend, could claim to be the ultimate "super sub", having scored a total of 22 goals from the bench in the top flight.
"It's a remarkable achievement what he has done again today", Wenger said.
"He's a very important player and I have big respect for him". Look at how many French caps he has got since he joined Arsenal. I think he has not wasted his time.
The 25-year-old has played regularly in the Europa League so far this season, but has only been used a substitute in the Premier League until now.