MIKEL ARTETA was left seething as Eddie Nketiah saw red while Jamie Vardy escaped without punishment.
Arsenal boss Arteta put Nketiah on during the second half of the clash against Leicester with his side leading 1-0.
But just four minutes after coming on, the young striker was sent off after mistiming his challenge on James Justin.
Arteta, though, believes Vardy should have gone for an early bath.
The Foxes No9 tussled with Shkodran Mustafi on the stroke of half-time, with both players falling to the ground.
As they did, Vardy's flailing boot caught the German in the face, cutting his face.
Arteta fumed: "The red card, he [Eddie] cannot see the player and didn't want to hurt anybody. You have to understand he is a young kid.
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