Arsenal were 'Disastrous' at Liverpool — Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger

GETTY Liverpool 4 Arsenal 0 Arsene Wenger's side were brushed aside at Anfield

The Gunners were hammered 4-0 by Liverpool on Sunday afternoon in an abject display devoid of passion and determination that sparked fury among the club's fans.

Goals from Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane, Daniel Sturridge and Mohamed Salah were sufficient to consign the Gunners to a second straight defeat in the Premier League.

On the side of bookings Arsenal had four bookings; the following are the Arsenal players who got booked during the match one for Danny Welbeck, Granit Xhaka, Mesut Ozil and Rob Holding.

For Arsenal though, shocking defensive play, questionable selection choices from manager Arsene Wenger and a general lack of dynamism, will raise fresh questions over the direction the club is heading in. After this type of performance?

Antonio Conte is set to have an extremely busy week at Chelsea.

"We have shown our ability in many games". That is a problem. The performance was not at the requested level.

Former Liverpool player Don Hutchison took to Twitter to express his opinion, saying Lemar would be a good addition to the squad. They will be leaving Arsenal with a sour taste in their mouths, and Wenger will be powerless to try and re-instate hope in his players' minds. We wanted to show our ambitions against a very strong side. I think we are focused on the game. Here's a lowdown of the major talking points from the first issue of the 2017-18 edition of this ever intriguing premier league match-up. The 23-year-old has under 12-months remaining on his deal with the Reds.

The German said: "I told Si yesterday".

"But we go back to the same thing, they're going to have to readjust a lot".

He added: 'I don't know, we'll have to review it and hopefully move on. "So we need to take our opportunity". "He did a good job and I am happy with this". "That's part of the crowd's feeling", he replied. The manager going with the size and strength of Gomez with TAA suffering a dead leg against Hoffenheim.

Klopp made a joke by deliberately misconstruing a question.

Wenger was asked about reports suggest Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain might be allowed to leave.

Arsenal are now as long as 25/1 for the title, whilst Liverpool are cut to 11/1 on the back of their convincing win.

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