Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is delighted to see his side rescue a point from their clash against Manchester United on Saturday and also admitted the Gunners were from their from their best in the game.
The Gunners needed a late goal from France striker Olivier Giroud to earn a share of the spoils in the encounter after Juan Mata had put the hosts ahead in the 68th minute.
Though he was disappointed with his side's showing in the encounter, Wenger is relieved they did not lose the game.
"The result in the end is positive for us because we were 1-0 down with two minutes to go," the Frenchman said after the game.
"For the rest it was a bit of scrappy game with two teams well organised who defended well.
"Our passing was not quick enough, our penetration was not there and in the end we looked like we had good possession of the ball but not many chances.
''In the second half, we suffered for the first 20 minutes and they deserved to be in front.
'"The players who came in made a massive difference today. When you are 1-0 down and you are back to 1-1 of course you have to feel happy.
"We lacked a bit of sharpness today, what is it down to I don't know, at least we came back."