Ref Peter Frojdfeldt has revealed Arsenal's players were more upset with Kolo Toure than him after awarding a penalty in Liverpool's 4-2 Champions League victory on Tuesday night.

Gunners boss Arsene Wenger was furious at the Swedish official's decision to give a last gasp penalty against Toure for a foul on Liverpool's Ryan Babel, calling it "dodgy".

But Frojdfeldt said: "I have no doubt it was a penalty. He pulled his shirt and the only ones complaining were the Arsenal players, who were complaining at Toure.

"It was a very fair game in a high tempo. The atmosphere was fantastic."