Udinese coach Francesco Guidolin says his side have no reason to smile following their 1-0 defeat at Arsenal in the Champions League play-off .
The Italian side applied intense pressure close to Wojciech Szczesny's goal during the full 90 minutes, but failed to find the back of the net as an early Theo Walcott strike proved the difference between the two clubs.
A one-goal deficit leaves everything open for the return leg at the Stadio Friuli, and though Udinese were never inferior to Arsenal in Tuesday's encounter, Guidolin was still disappointed with the outcome of the match.
"I told the boys we should not be satisfied with our display, we did not do anything important because we lost and 1-0 is a dangerous result," Guidolin told Sky Sport after the match.
"Arsenal are young, but experienced in this competition, and they took home the result. We, on the other hand, were not able to score despite the chances we were offered.
"The tie is open, we can win it. Arsenal have the advantage and if they score in our stadium it will be hard for us to go through."