Arsenal fell foul if consecutive 3-0 losses to Manchester City this week, and club record signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has expressed his disappointment.
The Gunners lost Sunday’s Carabao Cup final to the Citizens, before enduring a dismal league defeat last night by the same scoreline, and despite some trying to find positives from our displays, our star striker is refusing to seek any.
“There’s a lot of disappointment,” Aubameyang said.
“I think that this evening it was a match without anything positive.
“We’re not happy with our performance, whether it be Sunday or tonight [Thursday]. As we weren’t able to score the goal that might have pushed us forward, we know very well that City play very well.
“They’re perhaps the best team in terms of playing style in the world right now, so of course, it’s not easy when you can’t score that goal, you need to have that extra energy. So, perhaps there were some players who were a bit resigned.”
The Gunners did notch up more shots in our outing last night, and even managed to have more possession, but we clearly didn’t get ourselves into the right positions, although we could feel a little hard done by, with PEA failing to beat Ederson from the penalty spot, with Nicolas Otamendi being spared a second yellow card whilst conceding the penalty.
Was there any positives to be had from our display?