Arsenal vs Manchester City: Embarrassing loss shows that Freddie is still struggling to define club’s next chapter
Arsenal suffered an embarrassing home defeat at the hands of in-form Manchester City, First-half goals from Kelvin Debruyne who scored a brace and a goal from Raheem Sterling were enough to seal the fate of the gunners. Arsenal’s stopper Leno was forced to make a number of dangerous saves throughout the match in a game that city outclassed clueless gunners.
Left Back Kolasinic went out injured towards the end of the first half a blunder that allowed City to score a third goal as Saka was being prepared to replace Kolasinic. Just before the game, there were reports that China TV had pulled out of live-streaming the match and instead opted to air a replay of Arsenal London Rivals Tottenham vs Wolves after a controversial tweet by Mesut Ozil about alleged mistreatment of Muslims in parts of China.
Arsenal is now as close to the relegation as they are close to the top four in a season that clearly seems like their worst in over 40 years. With strikers Lacazette and Aubamenyang delaying their contract extension talks, things seem to be getting worse for the gunners.