Well that was about as bad as we could have feared from Arsenal, as we lost to a Swansea City side weakened by a lot of changes as they planned for their next game which is a relegation six pointer with Norwich. Getting nothing from this must win game is surely the final nail in the coffin of our fading title hopes.
And it could and should have been so much better after Joel Campbell had put Arsenal in the lead with a fantastic finish early on in the first half. But we simply failed to capitalise and looked nervous all over the pitch. The passing was slow and we blew the chances that were created.
It was our mistake in midfield which led to their first goal before the break and then we were at fault again for the winner in the second half. Wenger made some changes and we huffed and puffed but even though we hit the woodwork a couple of times and had a late shout for a penalty, we just were not good enough.
Premier League title, you are having a laugh, except there is nothing funny about Arsenal for us fans at the minute. At least Tottenham lost at West Ham because now we can only hope that the spuds do not pip Leicester to the title. We certainly won’t.