Arsenal’s start to the season is now long in the memory, given how quickly and effectively Unai Emery has turned things around at the Emirates. After a couple of quickfire losses and a few poor performances at the start of the season, the new Arsenal manager has turned things around.
The Gunners have now won their last four games in the Premier League, which is a testament to the fine work that Emery is doing at the helm. Their latest win came over the weekend on Sunday against Everton. Arsenal dispatched of the Toffees fairly simply, with a 2-0 win the final result – thanks to goals from Alexandre Lacazeette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Following the game, Arsenal fans will undoubtedly be pleased, but that isn’t stopping some fans from voicing their frustration at one particular performance.
Mesut Ozil has always been a divisive player, and his mixed form over the last year or so has taken that to the next level. He certainly wasn’t at his best against Everton, with the German playing slightly out of position on the flanks, and many Arsenal fans online have made their anger clear.
Take a look at what they’ve had to say below…
Bro you were terrible today
— Kiprötich (@Kiprop_Anthony) September 23, 2018
Your display is still lacking. Recover soon, be the Òzil I know
— #Mesut256 (@elioda_n) September 23, 2018
You need to step up
— nidal (@nidmor_nidal) September 23, 2018
You were playing???? I didn’t even notice damn
— (@ButIKnowBetter) September 23, 2018
Pity you couldn’t make it pal.
— Lee Samuel Garrett (@leesamuelgarret) September 23, 2018
Please track back and give 100% throughout the game
— London Tal (@londonart2) September 23, 2018
You were terrible today FAM up your game
— TA. (@Thrillz___) September 23, 2018
Where were you today – shopping?
— peter howard (@sleepysilvery) September 23, 2018
No effort at all when you’re off the ball. I witnessed it bro
— Miles Maillu (@MilesMaillu) September 24, 2018
Your performance was not good enough against Evaton improve your attacks
— David s igbikis (@Davidsigbikis) September 24, 2018
Arsenal fans – thoughts?
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