Rovers had already wasted two second-half spot-kicks of their own before Christopher Samba was penalised for climbing on the back of Marouane Fellaini as he made a clearing header. Arteta made the hosts pay to leave Kean, whose side remain pointless after three games to start the new Premier League season, lamenting his luck. "I've seen it in real time, slow motion and I can't see it. I can't see how it can be that decision," he said. "I felt the ball was 15 metres away before the lad went to ground or there was any contact. "I think anybody backing in to someone of Chris Samba's size is going to take a tumble. "It's a tough one to take." Rovers should, however, have had a clear advantage before Arteta's match-winner after they twice missed from the penalty spot. With regular penalty taker David Dunn, who hit a post before being forced off by injury in the first half, absent, Junior Hoilett and Mauro Formica both failed to convert from 12 yards. Hoilett saw his effort just after half-time expertly kept out by Tim Howard while Formica, who won both awards, hit the post with his 83rd-minute spot-kick. "You have to stick your penalties away," Kean added. "I thought we controlled the game from start to finish. "The second half we were fantastic with the amount of chances we made but it is a ruthless business." He added: "David would normally take the penalties and then Junior stepped up. "The second one I think David Goodwillie had his hands on the ball and then Gatto (Formica) decided to take it off him. "I've not a problem with the lads who take it. At least they show the bottle to take it. "But with the exception of the result I think the performance was excellent. "I don't think there's been too many times here in the past couple of years that we've controlled a game like that. So I think it will be easy to pick the players up. "We can still focus on a number of positives." Moyes felt his side deserved their success after claiming Formica had dived for Blackburn's two penalties. The Scot was also adamant that his side deserved their late penalty as they bounced back from a 1-0 home defeat to open their season against QPR last weekend. "I think the two Blackburn got are both dives and I think ours is a penalty kick," he said. "I say it as I see it and I'm telling you the boy Formica goes down too easy for the penalty kicks. "Then Samba is definitely has two hands on Fellaini's shoulders going for the header." He added: "The game lasts for however long it lasts. You have to take your chances whenever you get them. "We didn't get an awful lot but when we did, the one penalty kick we got we took it." Moyes admitted he had been surprised when Arteta stepped up to take the match-wining penalty, instead of regular taker Leighton Baines. "Yeah I was (surprised), because Bainesy normally takes them," he added. "Players are players, aren't they? "I don't really care as long as it goes into the back of the net. I might have had something to say if it doesn't. "He scores so it's fine. "We know we have to play better than that. But the important thing in the end was the result and we got that."