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Hurry up put everyone out of their misery Ratings v Frnkfrt
Even during this horrible season our Europa League side could still excite us, but even that isn't true any more. 2-1 down and our best striker and £72 million winger are sat on the bench. Our £72 million winger, in fact, isn't featuring in the A or even the B team now!
Dereliction of Duty; no idea, time to go. Ratings
At half time I was struggling to remember the last time we had played so pathetically at home, maybe when Watford beat us in the FA Cup. It wasn’t just the fact that the away team had scored first, which is a regular occurrence, it’s expected now, and you can always see it coming.
Chambers MotM Ratings v Leicester
Three Four Three was the way to go but unfortunately, we do not have a Ndidi-Telemans to hold the centre and allow unfetted counter-attacking football to flow with Ozil, Auba and Laca with Kolasinac and Bellerin down the flank.
Ozil Plays Well But a Disappointing Draw Ratings V Wolves
Disappointed to draw having led for so long, but Wolves attacked well at times and at no point did you feel we were ever going to keep a clean sheet and grind out a 1-0 win. Impressed with Tierney and Ozil today.
Great Match But Arsenal Pay The Penalty Ratings v Liverpool
Enjoyed the game but was left feeling frustrated as we were unable to hang on to our multiple leads and then went out on penalties. Ratings below:
Pepe Wins the Day Player Ratings
I would've felt relieved just to have got a draw out of that awful display but two excellent set pieces from Pepe spared Emery's blushes. Let's hope this is a turning point for Pepe as we really need a hero.
Player Ratings v Bournemouth Luiz MotM
Three points is 3 points but bloody hell that was hard to watch
Player Ratings v Standard Liege Martinelli MotM
A very satisfying evening where Arsenal scored four, could've had a lot more.
Player Ratings Arsenal v Man U
Wasn't particularly impressed with Emery's team selection, tactics or substitutions.
Eleven Changes Five Goals and Three Back Player Ratings
Excellent evening as Arsenal won comfortably having made eleven changes, welcoming three important players back from injury and giving a number of our exciting youngsters the chance to impress.
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