When you win 3-0 away from home against a decent German side it may seem petty to identify negatives but there is no point in ignoring them, that serves no purpose for anyone.
The result was a good one but I think most fair-minded Arsenal fans will agree that the result did mask some issues that are clearly still there.
Right-back remains a huge issue
Calum Chambers did his best in the right-back spot but the truth is he looked uncomfortable and at no stage was convincing in that role, we also know that Ainsley Maitland-Niles is not the best there either and until Hector Bellerin returns and gets up to match fitness Arsenal will remain weak in that area.
Nicolas Pepe yet to start firing on all cylinders
I understand we have to have patience but the games are starting to tot up now and we have not seen an impressive display from our record signing. I know the arguments about Bergkamp and Henry needing time but they were just two out of how many that came good? The more games that pass by without us seeing the best from the 24-year-old, the more concerning it gets.
If Frankfurt were more clinical the score could have been so much different
Remember, Arsenal got two of their goals in the last eight minutes when Frankfurt was down to ten men and that Martinez put in a man of the match performance in goal. If Frankfurt would have been better at converting their chances then Arsenal could easily have the lost the game, Arsenal has to find a way to dominate games and not keep on inviting so much pressure on.