Video: From bad to worse as PSV find a quickfire double against Arsenal

Arsenal now have a mountain to climb to clinch top spot in the group with a match to spare after Luuk De Jong headed his PSV side into the 2-0 lead.

While we don’t feel like we have been the worst side on the pitch, we have seen our net rippled four times now, with both of their first-half efforts being chalked off by VAR.

That will be of no consolation for our side now after seeing our side fall behind two, after De Jong’s header from close range crossed into the open goal, thanks to Aaron Ramsdale’s missed punch…

I really don’t see us coming back from this, and am actually disappointed we fielded such a strong eleven which could potentially hurt us in the long run, especially as our morale could potentially drop due to fielding this selection.

Patrick

Tags Aaron Ramsdale Luuk De Jong PSV

3 Comments

  1. i WOULD JUST COAST THROUGH THe RESTOF THIS GAME NOW AFTER 2-0 DOWN WITH 20 MINS LEFT.

    THE GAME IS LOST AND WE ARE BEST TO PRESERVE ENERGY AND NOT RISK INJURIES AND FATIGUE BY CHASING A LOST GAME.

    Its only a set back , not a disaster, but needless injuries would be disasters.

  2. Jon, I am only worried about our second half play again. This is now a habit. Our players need to hit the gym if they are to compete still. It is in very annoying how we are just being overrun in the second half for the past four games. If this continues we are in real trouble!

  3. Not the end of the world.

    But the gaffer is too hungry, am seeing similarities with Pepe, wants to win every single game played.
    Even when Pepe is winning he’s still not satisfied they both have this huge appetite a far cry from Wenger in my opinion.

    If we had lost with atleast seven of our main starters not seeing a ball it would have been better.

    A win this weekend and all will be forgotten, am beginning to understand the gaffer and base on today line, I can sleep assure tonight knowing Jesus will start against Forest putting this yellow card issue to rest.

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