First of all we didn't need to play fantastic football to completely nullify their game, so it's a bit cheap from Ancelotti to bring it up. Secondly, we have played some great high-tempo attacking football at home, against the top sides, e.g. I remember the Sp**s, Liverpool home games being very positive, the first half of the Chelsea away game as well, etc. But we do not have the personnel right now to play consistently good football, which is the result of awful squad building in recent years. Our attackers and midfielders have their strength (e.g. world class movement from Auba, great power from Laca, Ramsey's drive and hard working), but apart from Özil there is no player like Rosicky, Cazorla or Fabregas (nevermind Pires, Bergkamp), .players who have vision and technique to play one-touch football, through balls, one-twos.