Cardiff boss Neil Warnock says his players 'couldn't have given any more' against Arsenal in an emotional game on Tuesday night.
Emotional tributes were paid to Emiliano Sala at Cardiff City's first on-pitch appearance since the search for the missing striker began.
The relegation-threatened visitors trying to seize on the Gunners' defensive uncertainty but the game ended 2-1 to the hosts.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's second-half penalty and Alexandre Lacazette's solo strike saw Arsenal take home the victory, with Nathaniel Mendez-Laing's stoppage-time effort proving mere consolation.
Following the performance Neil Warnock said he was 'proud' to be manager of the club and his players:
Emiliano Sala has been missing since the light aircraft he was traveling in to join up with his new club lost contact with ground crews near Guernsey over a week ago.
Chief Executive, Ken Choo, appeared at the game wearing a yellow daffodil in solidarity with fans.
Tickets to the match were printed in yellow as a tribute to Sala and players also wore yellow daffodil armbands during the game.
Earlier this week, Warnock gave an emotional account of the past few days, admitting that the incident has shaken everyone at the club and left him questioning whether or not he wants to continue in football management.
Warnock also revealed that several Cardiff players have sought counselling following the incident which he admits has had a profound personal effect.
The search for the Argentine and pilot David Ibbotson was officially stopped last week, it is set to continue in the coming days thanks to a privately funded campaign by the Sala family.