It was bad enough for Arsenal fans to take that we lost the north London derby to the spuds on Saturday, but then the football gods conspired to make sure that our loss was compounded by the results of our rivals to leave the Premier League table looking pretty bad from an Arsenal point of view.
And it could have been so much better for the Gunners if only football matches were just a little bit shorter. Harry Kane´s second goal was scored with less than three minutes on the clock. I am not saying that we would have scored but it would have been nice to get a bit longer to pick ourselves up and have a go.
It was even worse for Hull City who were seconds away from a famous and much needed win away to Man City when James Milner scored from a free kick in the dying seconds. Southampton did the same to QPR although there goal by Mane was the winner and put them three points clear of Arsenal.
And today, just when it looked like West Ham would do us a favour by beating Man United, Daley Blind scores an undeserved equalizer. It just shows you I suppose that it never rains but it pours.