CHRIS Baird insists justice was done after Mark Schwarzer saved a stoppage-time penalty to earn Fulham a deserved point against Arsenal on Saturday.
The Aussie keeper denied Mikel Arteta at the death after Sascha Riether was harshly penalised for handball in the dying seconds at the Emirates.
But Schwarzer guessed right to claim a share of the spoils for the Whites to keep them level pegging with the Gunners after 11 games.
“We didn't deserve to lose,” said Baird. “I thought we were excellent in the first half, despite going 2-0 down.
“In the second half we were a bit sloppy and it was end to end. We're happy with a point, especially considering the late penalty.
“It would've been heartbreaking to lose like that. He was two yards away and I can't understand how he could give a penalty, but justice was done.
“Every person in the stadium expected it to be 4-3, but it was an unbelievable save. All credit to Schwarzer.
“He looks after himself well and it shows in his performances. He has been fantastic for the club and hopefully he can keep that going.”
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